Antigone

by Sophocles
translated by Marianne McDonald
directed by Theodoros Terzopoulos
October 7, 2015November 8, 2015

Meet the Artists

Cast

Ross Beschler • As Teiresias and Chorus
Sarah Gliko • As Ismene and Eurydice
Stathis Grapsas • As Teiresias and Chorus
Justin Jain • As Second Messenger
Jennifer Kidwell • As Antigone
Jered McLenigan • As Guard and Chorus
Antonis Miriagos • As Creon
Paolo Musio • As Leader of Chorus
Brian Ratcliffe • As Haemon
Steven Rishard • As Messenger and Chorus
Ed Swidey • As Narrator

Production Team

Theodoros Terzopoulos • Director
Savvas Stroumpos • Assistant Director & Training Coach
Panayiotis Velianitis • Composer
Patreshettarlini Adams • Resident Stage Manager / AEA
Paolo Musio

Paolo Musio is a graduate of the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Rome. He has collaborated,  and played major roles, with major directors including Terzopoulos, Trionfo, Castri, Testori, Nekrosius, and Ronconi. As author, he adapted and wrote original text for Renata, Eremos, Voce & The Invisible Man. Since 2002 he has created multidisciplinary projects involving visual artists and musicians, with a particular attention to modern dramaturgy. He has collaborated with Daniel Bacalov on the project Oracolo‚Äôs Juke-box, adapted from Heraclitus. In 2012 he opened the Idiot Laboratory in Turin, in the Porta Palazzo neighborhood, joining social realism with artistic research. There he has created the stage worksVoce in collaboration with Thorsten Kirchhoff, The Grapes of Wrath by Steinbeck and Invisible Man by H.G. Wells and E. Cioran.