An inexperienced girl wants to rest her thigh against her brother’s thigh. A new leader struggles to maintain order. And a mute man meanders, measuring things. Who among them will commit an act of perfect piety? 

Anne Carson’s unconventional take on Sophocles’s Antigone reimagines a sister’s unlawful act of mourning, its horrific costs and the questions of moral responsibility it raises.



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