Sunday, March 01, 2015
The LARB interviews Žižek, who has written a new version of Antigone, to be staged next year.
At the climactic moment of the ferocious debate between Antigone and Creon, the chorus steps forward, castigating both of them for their stupid conflict, which threatens the survival of the entire city. Acting like a kind of comité de salut public, the chorus takes over as a collective organ and imposes a new rule of law, installing people’s democracy in Thebes. Creon is deposed, both Creon and Antigone are arrested, put to trial, swiftly condemned to death and liquidated.
Uncage the chorus! Uncanny the daimon!
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