Sunday, June 30, 2013

ANTIGONE by Jean Anouilh, Vortex Summer Youth Program, July 19 - 27, 2013

Vortex Repertory, Austin Texas

(Vortex Repertory Company, 2307 Manor Rd.)

VORTEX Repertory Company’s Antigone Jean Anouilh Vortex Summer Youth Austin TX
Summer Youth Theatre


By Jean Anouilh
Directed by Talena Martinez

July 19-27 2013 8pm 6 nights only!
Friday-Sunday, July 19-21 and Thursday-Saturday July 25-27

The VORTEX, 2307 Manor Road, Austin, TX 78722 Bus route. Free Parking.
Tickets: $30, $20, $10
$30 Priority Seating. $20 General Admission. $10 Artists/Students
Available at or 512-478-5282
Limited seating. Advanced Purchase Recommended.
Radical Rush—Limited, free tickets available at 7pm at the door on night of show only.

VORTEX Repertory Company’s Summer Youth Theatre (SYT) presents Jean Anouilh's Antigone for 6 nights only. In a striking contemporary production, the 15-person ensemble illuminates this timeless play about the struggle to do what is right in a world of absolute morality. Highly stylized “viewpoints” movement creates a unique and visceral landscape for this dynamic production.

Now in its 22nd year, the award-winning SYT program provides students with opportunities to team with adult professional theatre artists in all aspects of theatre. SYT 2013 features an ensemble of young artists: Hunter Archield-Cupit, Sky Blaw, Cole Buford, Callier Creedle, Taylor Cruse, Sean Eure, Sean Feighan-Patrizi, Hannah Greer, Izzy Heffington, Ryanna Henson, Luna Newcomer, Hanna Patterson, Kat Powell, Riley Simpson, Martha Zo Ryland, and Gus Tucker.

SYT 2013 is mentored by professional adult theatre artists. Directed by Talena Martinez. Choreography by Katherine Wilkinson. Scenic Design by Ann Marie Gordon. Lighting Design by Jason Amato. Costume Design by Elisha Adelman. Stage Management by Tamara L. Farley. Production Management by Helen Parish. Producing Artistic Director, Bonnie Cullum. Associate Producer, Melissa Vogt-Patterson.

Summer Youth Theatre funded and supported in part by VORTEX Repertory Company, a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth and Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division, believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin's future. Visit Austin at

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