Thu 19 Oct 2023, 20:00 – About Justice, theater play by Carlos Traffic


19 October 2023
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An ironic research in English!

Inspired by Sophocles’ Antigone, this monologue is like a continuation of Greek tragedy.

Carlos Trafic played the role of King Creon who condemned Antigone. He took this old myth as his starting point. His search for the character of Creon led him to this theatrical version.

He wants to show how King Creon, Antigone’s uncle, becomes obsessed with the idea of ​​never being able to die again and be guilty for all eternity. His fate is to consider the reality of his life.

Consequently, the actor seeks the limits between reality and hallucination. He provokes questions, it is up to the public to make their own answer.


Carlos Trafic is an Argentinian actor and director. He developed his style by working with different theatrical research groups, such as Grupo Lobo (Buenos Aires), Dharma Theater (Sao Paulo) and Living Theater (New York).

Since then he has played and worked in different European countries.

Recently he wrote texts for two small contemporary tango opera, Desvios and El sr. Retorcimientos with composer and bandoneonist Marcelo Nisinman.