Antigone: 3021 (one-act version)
One-act. 35-45 minutes
14-24+ actors, gender flexible casting
It's the year 3021 and Thebes has just been through a bloody civil war. Chancellor Creah has decreed that anyone who buries the body of the traitor Polyneices will face the death, but Antigone is determined to bury her brother, no matter the penalty. She brazenly break’s Creah’s law and broadcasts her crime on the public cloud. Now Creah must decide if she will bend to the will of the people or punish Antigone for her crime. Antigone: 3021 is a virtual-friendly, futuristic retelling of Sophocles’ tragedy Antigone where the Greek chorus has been transformed into a talk show/news program and the characters communicate via virtual projection.
A full-length version is also available here.
Royalty fee per stage or virtual performance: $50. A virtual performance is a performance on a platform like Zoom with no audience members physically present. A royalty must be ordered for each time the play is performed and streamed. The performance of this play can also be pre-recorded and streamed at a later date.
Script fee for Printable PDF: $150 (for cast and crew).
Archival Video License: $75. This license/fee is for archival purposes and distribution for the cast and crew only.
Live-stage rights and live-streaming rights are also available. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your request.
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