Antigone

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  • No.
  • Let's go bury Eteocles.
  • I don't know. Don't kill the messenger.
  • WHO BURIED ETEOCLES?!
  • Fine.
  • Let my sister go. Your son loves her.
  • You buried your brother? You dead.
  • Antigone goes to her sister to talk about her dead brothers. Polyneices was buried, but Eteocles wasn't. Antigone wants to bury Eteocles, but Ismene disagrees with her sister.
  • Let Antigone go!
  • NO!
  • Sentry comes to Creon to tell him that Eteocles was buried, against the law. Creon is (understandably) angry and wants to know who buried Eteocles.
  • There's a plague. Release Antigone and bury Polyneices
  • Should I?
  • Yes.
  • Antigone is cuaght burying her brother for the second time. Creon also questions her sister, Ismene who tries to convince him not to kill Antigone for her crime because Creon's son is engaged to her. Creon decided to seal Antigone in a vault and be done with it.
  • I was wrong
  • Creon's son, Haemon, comes to talk to him and try to convince him not to kill Antigone because he loves her. Creon thinks Haemon is foolish and that he's threatening him, but Heamon is actually saying he'll kill himself.
  • Plague has come to Thebes because Polyneices' body wasn't buried. A blind psychic comes to talk to Creon and when he doesn't tell Creon what he want's to hear, Creon freaks out. The choragus says to release Antigone and bury Polyneices.
  • Creon buries Polynieces and goes to the tomb to release Antigone, only to find she had hung herself. Haemon was there and out of grief for the loss of his love, kills himself too. Creon goes home to find his wife is dead and finally accepts what he did was wrong.
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