Theme Of Live Theater In Antigone

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My interest in live theater has grown because Humanities 210 has shown me that it is a form of art that is not to be ignored. I especially enjoyed watching the live theater play of Sophocles’s Anitgone after reading the book because it presents a whole different medium to view the story. The play holds many themes, especially referring to the role of law versus the individual morals and beliefs. Antigone, the daughter, stands up for herself and despite her brother’s words such as “a women will never rule me while I’m alive”, she still manages to disobey her brother Creon and act on free will (Sophocles 41). Learning about the savage forms of entertainment that took place in the past in places such as Rome made me ill and grateful for the transformation
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