It’s the aftermath of a civil war and Antigone’s brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, have killed each other. Eteocles is the hero and is to be given a state funeral. Polyneices on the other hand, is the traitor. Antigone’s cousin Creon takes on the role of leader and his first act is to declare Polyneices’ body a threat. It is to be left on the ground beyond the gate. Antigone and Creon are in an impossible situation. She knows that the moment she touches the body she becomes a political subversive. Bones at the Gate is Jen Silverman’s adaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone, written in the climate of fear and suspicion that engulfed the West post-9/11. For both Antigone and Creon, the question at stake is how far are we prepared to go to feel safe in our homes?

What freedoms are we prepared to forgo for stability?

Presented by the Academy of Film, Theatre & TV’s (AFTT) Graduating Company of 2019.

Performance Times

Friday 31 May, 7.30pm

31 May – 4 June 2019
Friday 31 May, 7.30pm
Saturday 1 June, 2.15pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 2 June, 5pm
Tuesday 4 June, 7pm



Full Price $30
Child* $20
Concession* $20
Senior* $20
AFTT Student (Stud ID Req) $5

* Concessions are available for the following: full-time students, pensioners, seniors card holders, children 16 years & under, unemployed. Proof of concession must be produced to obtain the concession price and may be requested at the door. Concessions are only available where indicated and may be subject to availability.