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
Theodoros Terzopoulos

Theodoros Terzopoulos was born in the village of Makrygialos. He studied and worked as assistant director at Berliner Ensemble (Berlin, 1972-1976). In 1985 he created Attis Theatre group in Delphi. Theodoros Terzopoulos and Attis Theatre have presented 2000 performances all over the world since then. He has directed tragedies by Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, contemporary plays by the most prominent European and contemporary Greek writers. He has directed in many international theatres, participated in numerous international festivals and collaborated with important actors. Theodoros Terzopoulos’s method and approach to ancient Greek tragedy is taught in Drama Academies, Institutes and Departments of Classical Studies all over the world. He frequently conducts workshops and lectures, and has been awarded many Theatre Prizes in Greece and abroad. Books on his work have been published and translated in Greek, English, German, Turkish, Russian, Chinese and Polish. As the artistic director of the International Meetings of Ancient Drama in Delphi (1985-1988), he invited prestigious international theatre personalities and artists. He is chairman for the International Committee Theatre Olympics  in Delphi (1995), Shizuoka, Japan (1999), Moscow (2001), Istanbul (2006), Seoul (2010), Beijing (2014), and Wroclaw, Poland (2016).