The premiere took place on June 15, 2000.
Mark Pekarsky's musical composition based on the works of V. Artemov, V. Martynov, M. Pekarsky, S. Prokofiev, D. Cage.
S. Bobrov's libretto on the tragedy of Sophocles "Antigone".
At the Krasnoyarsk Regional Festival "Theatrical Spring" (2001) the production was awarded in three nominations: Sergey Bobrov for the musical arrangement of the play, Sofia Dauranova in the nomination "The Best Female Role in a Ballet Performance" (Antigone) and Igor Klimin in the nomination "The best male role in a ballet performance" (Creont).
|Antigone, Oedipus' daughter||Olesya AldoninaNatalya BobrovaEkaterina BulgutovaMaria Kuimova-Litvinenko|
|Creon, king of Thebes||Demid ZykovIgor KliminKirill LitvinenkoEgor Osokin|
|Hémon, son of Creon, Antigone's fiance||Ivan KarnaukhovKirill Litvinenko|
|Erinia, the goddess of vengeance||Svetlana BelmeskinaAnastasia KoreshnikovaAnastasia Osokina|
|Satyr-narrator||Valery GuklenkovIvan KarnaukhovDenis Pogorely|
|Eteocles and Polynices, Antigone's brothers||Alexey BalvaIgor KliminEgor Osokin|
|The people of the city of Thebes||Ballet dancers|
|Percussion ensemble||Sergey GazizullinVladimir ErmolovichGalina ErmolovichEugene KarlovAlexey KryzhanovskyPeter Perepich|
|Soloists||Ekaterina ZubkovaInna SpodinaAnna KharitonovaNatalya Chernenko|