There’s a lot to like in the new production of Antigone at Park Square, from the updating of some elements of Sophocles’ Greek Tragedy to the timely civil disobedience to all-female cast. But it’s also the theater’s warning that “Unlike most versions of Greek theatre where the action happens off stage, this version places those things onstage, including suicide, simulated violence, mild adult language, and women speaking their mind” that peaks our interest for the new fuller version of the 2,500 year old story about princess Antigone, daughter of King Oedipus. February 1st-March 3rd. —Hitara

Park Square Theater, Historic Hamm Building, 20 W 7th Pl, STPL; parksquaretheatre.org