Teiresias is right, I am going to make things right by giving Polynices a proper burial and not kill Antigone.
Antigone Storyboard By: Trissa Yagyagan
Teiresias talks to Creon about how it was wrong for him not to give Polynices a proper burial and that Antigone should not be killed for giving her brother a burial that he deserves.
Creon thinks about what Teiresias says and he understands that what he is doing is wrong and he needs to fix it. He will start by giving Polynices a proper holy burial.
Scene 3: As Creon is speaking out to his people, a Sentry comes in and tells Creon that the body of Polynices is buried. The person who did it left no trace behind and it was as if it was untouched dirt. Creon then tells the Sentry to go fine the person who burried Polynices and if he is unsuccessful, he will be tortured until the Sentry tells the truth. Later, the sentry comes in again with Antigone, who has been caught burring Polynices. She confesses that she has done it.
Scene 4: Creon has sent Antigone to die and Haemon, Creons son and Antigone's soon-to-be husband, talks to his dad about how it was wrong to kill her. He made no impact to his father and their argument to see who was right or wrong has turned into the end of a father and son relationship. Later, Teiresias, the blind prophet, talks to Creon about the same thing that Haemon talked to Creon about. Teiresias got Creon to understand he was wrong and Creon goes to fix everything.
Scene 5: Creon goes to bury Polynices and hears the cry of Haemon. Haemon was weeping at the sight of Antigone who has hung herself by the neck. Creon finds Haemon and Haemon stabs himself. The messenger who was with Creon, goes back to the Palace and tells everyone what he just witnessed. Eurydice, Creon's wife, has heard the news and hanges herself becuase of the death of her son. Creon finds out the sad news and believes the only option is for himself to suffer.