Antigone (Anouilh)


Actress Katharine Cornell produced and starred in a 1946 production at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C.[2] Sir Cedric Hardwicke played the role of King Creon. Also performing were Bertha Belmore, Wesley Addy, Ruth Matteson, George Mathews, and Oliver Cliff, and Marlon Brando (as the Messenger), Michael Higgins (The Third Guard). The production was staged by Cornell's husband Guthrie McClintic.[3]

There was an English-language television production in 1959 starring Dorothy Tutin.

In 1974, an American television production of the play, presented on PBS, starred Geneviève Bujold and Stacy Keach. It is available on DVD.

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