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As Theatre Morgan celebrates our Golden year, we bring the Golden Age of Greek theatre to Baltimore, demonstrating that the story of war and family turmoil is a universal one, as is the strength of a resolute woman.
Two brothers repping opposite sides in a turf war have been killed in the struggle. The newly appointed kingpin has declared that one brother will be honored and the other snubbed as a traitor. Antigone is determined to pay homage to and honor both brothers, and risks her own life by defying the new kingpin’s order and burying her disgraced brother’s body.
November, 11-13, 2022
Friday- 10:30am* & 7:30pm
Saturday- 2:00pm & 7:30pm**
*Senior & Student Matinee ** College Night pre-show activities@6:00pm
The Murphy Fine Arts Center—Turpin-Lamb Theatre
2201 Argonne Drive, Balto. MD 21218
$20 - Gen. Admission • $15—Seniors
$10—Non-MSU students • MSU Faculty & staff w/ID
FREE—MSU students w/Bear card
**CN-$8 w/College ID
The Murphy Fine Arts Center Box Office—(443) 885-4440
Ticketmaster Charge-by-phone: 1-800-551-SEAT
Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center
2201 Argonne Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21218
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