In Development

After her son is killed in combat, Karen, a well-known anti-war protester, refuses to attend his repatriation ceremony. Tegan, a childhood friend of Karen's son, decides it's her duty to get Karen to change her mind and publicly mourn her son, gathering support both online and at a vigil outside Karen's house. Tegan is turned into the new poster child for political activism, while Karen is crucified online and accused of using her son's death for political gain. As both women are pushed to extreme defenses of their positions, they're also forced to decide what's more important: what you believe or who you love.


Developed through Nightwood Theatre’s Write from the Hip program - a year-long script development program designed to support new writers toward the completion of a full length play.


Public Reading of The Antigone Project  |   Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at 5pm


Part of Nightwood Theatre's Groundswell Unplugged, a six day event spotlighting plays in development from some of Canada’s most exciting female playwrights and emerging writers.


Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

12 Alexander Street, Toronto


Pay-What-You-Can at the door