The International School of Luxembourg’s Upper School play is Jean Anouilh’s adaptation of the classic tragedy “Antigone”.
In this modern adaptation of the Greek play Antigone by Sophocles, Jean Anouilh explores a young woman’s traumatic and ultimately fatal journey from childhood into the compromised world of adults.
It is a classic portrayal of idealism versus realism, and a fascinating study of pride. The play has captivated audiences for over 2,000 years and is brought to the ISL stage for the first time.
Scott Macky directs Keana Kasinathan in the title role of Antigone, with Rasmus Erikkson as Creon, her overbearing yet sympathetic uncle.
Entrance is free but donations are being taken in aid of charity.
International School Luxembourg, boulevard Pierre Dupong, Luxembourg-Merl