Harrison County Players of MGCCC presents Antigone

It’s almost time for the Harrison County Players of MGCCC  to break a leg!

The MGCCC Harrison County Players are presenting Antigone by Sophocles that will run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The performance is the third volume in the story of Oedipus the King and it asks the question “what is right? Man’s law vs. moral law.”

All three plays will be held at the IMPAC Center and the productions will be Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Actor Preston Moore said, “It has been a really exciting thing to work on the last six weeks. We’ve all put in our best efforts in it, from costuming to make-up, to the actors themselves. Honestly, it’s just a really good show in my opinion. It was fun to read and fun to act for.”

Actor Tommy Wheeler said, “I had the privilege of being one of the lead roles of King Creon, and honestly it was one of the biggest challenges of my life, but it’s been the most rewarding for sure.”

For more information on tickets visit mgccc.edu/hc-players.

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