Wednesday, July 11, 2018
8:30 p.m.–9:40 p.m.
This event repeats every day between 7/7/2018 and 7/29/2018.
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Classical Theatre of Harlem's Antigone is an Afropunk inspired work featuring the voice of a defiant woman that challenges patriarchal society.
Set in the city of Thebes in a dystopian future, the struggle for power, glory and the claim to the city shatters the bonds of brotherhood, leaving two men lifeless. The new king proclaims one brother a hero and the other a usurper, leaving his limp body lying in the street as an example to those who dare act against the state. The citizens of the city avert their eyes due to fear, turning instead to their new leader who vows to restore order to the war torn city. But when the sister of the slain young brothers protests the edict, she breaks faith with everything she has ever known in order to set things right at any cost.
Enter Marcus Garvey Park at Fifth Avenue and 124th Street. Follow the walkway southwest and you will find the amphitheater. The Amphitheater seats 1800 people on a first come basis.
Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, Classical Theatre of Harlem