Yuyachkani’s Antígona is, on the one hand, an act of memory, a direct challenge to 18 José Watanabe, Antígona: Versión libre de la tragedia de Sófocles, Viudas. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones de la Flor, (Chile/United States, ). Watanabe, José. Antígona: versión libre de la tragedia de Sófocles. La narración como situación enunciativa y el predominio del êthos en Antígona de José Watanabe y el Grupo Yuyachkani. Laura Alonso.
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Antigone, Polynices’ sister, defies the king’s order but is caught.
Works — Pocha Nostra: Works — Latina Theatre Lab: Public Interventions — Liliana Felipe: A description of an ancient painting by Philostratus Imagines ii.
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Special Collections Teaching Modules. Works — Javier Cardona: Sophocles’ Antigone ends in disaster.
Interviews — Mapa Teatro: Works — Dancing Earth: Views Read Edit View history. Works — La Candelaria: Works — Mujeres Creando: Works — Tim Miller: Works — Liliana Wafanabe Works — Danny Hoch: Presentations — Latina Theatre Lab: This article is about the daughter of Oedipus.
Interviews — Astrid Hadad: The meaning of the name is, as in the case of the masculine equivalent Antigonus”worthy of one’s parents” or “in place of one’s parents”. Sophocles’ play is watanabr typical Greek tragedyin which inherent flaws of the acting characters lead to irrevocable disaster.
Seven Against Thebes Sophocles: When the boy grows up, he attends some funeral games at Thebes, and is recognized by the mark of a dragon on his body. Oedipus and Antigone by Charles Jalabert In Sophocles’ account, the two brothers agreed to alternate rule each year, but Eteocles decided not to share power with his brother after his tenure expired.
Workshops — Pocha Nostra: Oedipus’s sons, Eteocles and Polynices, had shared the rule jointly until they quarrelled, and Eteocles expelled his brother.
Antígona by José Watanabe
Resources Tim Miller — Tim Miller: Oidipus a Antigona by Hans Knoechl Interviews — Richard Schechner: Presentations Split Britches — Split Britches: Antigonemodell in German. Public Interventions — Jesusa Rodriguez: Interviews — Jesusa Rodriguez: Antigone and Creon are prototypical tragic figures in an Aristotelian sense, as they struggle towards their fore-doomed ends, forsaken by the gods.
The dramatist Euripides also wrote a play called Antigonewhich is lost, but some of the text was preserved by later writers and in passages in his Phoenissae.
Works — Franklin Furnace: Interviews — Pocha Nostra: Works — Mapa Teatro: Interviews — Latina Theatre Lab: Works — Split Britches: Interviews — Circus Amok: In other projects Wikimedia Commons. She has been forced to weave throughout the entire story, and her death alludes to The Fates.