Lead antigone and creon supporting chorus haemon

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Lead: Antigone and Creon Supporting: Chorus, Haemon, Ismene Lead: Cynthia and Tracy Supporting: Jason, Oscar, Chris Lead: Christopher (autism spectrum) Supporting: Family, Siobhan (teacher), Mrs. Shears (owner of the dog) Lead: Gallimard (French Diplomat) & Song (undercover spy, opera singer) Supporting: Comrade Chin (supervisor), Helga (wife), Mark (his friend) 5.What is the dominant conflict and how is it solved? The dominant conflict is that Antigone wants to bury her brother, consequently breaking the law set by Creon. It resolves when Antigone, Haemon and Creon’s wife kill themselves and Creon realizes his mistake too late. Majority of workers in the factory are being replaced, some even lose their jobs while other like Cynthia gets promotion. The story resolves when Cynthia and Tracy trying to reconcile. It starts with Chris. Trying to find who killed the dog. The dominant conflict is that Christopher finds out his mother is alive and trying to find her in London. The story resolves when Christ. finds out that he can do things Song exposes his true identity after 20 years of relationships whereby was stealing national secrets from Gallimard. The story resolves with Gallimard suicide.
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