Antigone storyboard_Tovar Dickerson_

Antigone storyboard_Tovar Dickerson_

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  • Prologue
  • Help me bury Polynices becuase it is the right thing to do for our loved one.
  • I will not help you because i am just a women but I will not stop you.
  • Parados
  • Eteocles fought to keep rule in Thebes. Polynices came with his army and they fought a war killing them both.
  • Scene 1
  • Polynices is not allowed to be buried or prayed for! It is against the law.
  • OK! We won't bury or pray for him.
  • Antigone goes to Ismene to tell her the situation with the edict on the burial of their brother Polynices.
  • Scene 2
  • I know i wasn't suppose to but your not above god. Ismene is innocent
  • She is the one who buried Polynices.
  • Tells of how Polynices and Eteocles went to war over the rights to rule Thebes. They both died, One a honorable death and the other a traitorous death.
  • Scene 3
  • I am your father! I would never listen to you. You are love struck. Don't tell me what to do.
  • King Creon speaks to the town of Thebes. He says Eteocles will have a proper burial and Polyneices will not. Creon makes it a law not to bury Polynices. Sentry says someone buried him. Creon wants to know who.
  • Scene 4
  • Antigone goes against Creon's edict and tries to bury Polynices. She is brought to Creon by the sentry. She claims that she was aware of what she was doing and Ismene had no part in it.
  • I helped and i will die with Antigone
  • You have gone against my word and you will be punished!
  • Creon and his son Haemon speak and discuss the loyalty of him. Haemon says that the people of the town think she should be honored and he loves her but Creon disagrees and still decides to punish Antigone.
  • Father the people honor her! she shouldn't be punished!
  • Antigone is led to her death. The choragus says she is honorable because she is not dying to sickness or war. She compares her situation to Persephone and believes Oedipus has cursed her. She blames the curse for her fate to die, but the chorus blame her actions.
  • Why have i been cursed to die this way! Why is my situation so similar to Persephone.
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