A background for Antigone by Jane Montgomery Griffiths

Jane Montgomery Griffiths, Malthouse Theatre, 28 August 2015

Antigone adapter and actor Jane Montgomery Griffiths sheds a little light on the dark history of Sophocles' classic tragedy.

Antigone now: Greek tragedy is the debate we have to have

Christine Lambrianidis, The Conversation, 19 August 2015

"When you hear the words Greek tragedy, you might think of white masks, or even the ongoing economic crisis – ancient drama and modern depravity in its most enticing form. These first impressions may seem simple, but within them lays a theatrical form that refuses to die."

REVIEW: Antigone

Arts Review, 14 August 2015

"Unearthing the power of ritual in a shattered community, Malthouse Theatre presents an intoxicating re-interpretation of Sophocles’ timeless tragedy, Antigone."

What women critics know that men don't

Jane Montgomery Griffiths, Arts Hub, 1 October 2015

"Women critics loved Griffith's Antigone. Men hated it. Translating their different reactions reveals the gendered politics of critique."

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