A pair of extremely simplified versions of examples of Greek Tragedy.
Antigone: I can't marry you.
Haemon: Why not?
Creon: Don't bury your brother!
Antigone: [Blows raspberry]
Ismene: Don't bury our brother.
Antigone: Too late, I've already started
Creon: Guards, un-bury her brother!
Creon: Stop messing around and marry your cousin.
Creon: In that case, I have to order you buried alive.
Antigone: Go on, then.
Creon: Guards, bury her alive!
Antigone: I did my duty.
Guard: Oh by the way sire, your whole family's dead.
Calchas: Kill your daughter!
Agamemnon: Okay. No, wait
Menelaus: Kill your daughter
Agamemnon: Bite me!
Iphigenia & Clytemnestra: Wedding!
Achilles: Wedding? What wedding?
Clytemnestra: No wedding? Sacrifice!
Calchas: Right. Done!
Agamemnon: Bye, off to sack Troy!
© Brian Wakeling