Maria Dizzia, Bill Camp and Michael Chernus will be part of the Nov. 19 reading of Anne Carson's Antigonick, new adaptation of Sophocles drama, at the 92nd Street Y.
Sam Gold (Seminar, Soho Rep's Uncle Vanya) will stage the 8 PM reading of the tragedy, which features Tony nominee Dizzia (Uncle Vanya, Eurydice, In the Next Room), Camp (Death of a Salesman, Coram Boy) and Chernus (Close Up Space, In the Wake).
The 92nd Street Y characterizes the reading this way: "'Why does tragedy exist?' Anne Carson asked in 'Tragedy: A Curious Art Form.' 'Because you are full of rage. Why are you full of rage? Because you are full of grief.' Carson returns to 92Y's Poetry Center to introduce a staged reading of her new translation of Sophocles' famous tragedy."
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