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What happens when classical education collides with contemporary controversies? When college senior, Judy Miller, tries to submit her own contemporized version of Antigone instead of the assigned formal paper on Greek tragedy, her professor, Henry Harper, refuses to accept it. As both become entrenched in their positions, issues of academic freedom, bigotry, entitlement, money, institutional power, and politics are all unearthed. Can these contemporary versions of Creon and Antigone avoid the fates of their classical counterparts?
By A.R. Gurney
Directed by Leigh Anne Adams
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