Action Design at the University of Kansas JAR 0 S L A V N MAL G DES A N S ANTIGONE B y D E L B E R T ~OTED u N R u H CZECHOSLO\;\KIA.' " SCE'OGRAPHER JAROSLAV MALI~A \\1\S A GLEST artist-in-residence for two months, and set and costume designer for the University of Kansas production of AnouHh's Antigone in the spring of 1987 at the Crafton-Preyer Theatre. Malina is noted in his country as one of the founders and leading exponents of "Action Design" (see TD&T, Spring 1987). A new translation of the text had been prepared by Prof. Robert Anderson of the KU French and Italian Department, and an adaptation of this translation had been done by Prof. Ronald Willis, the director of the production. The t.·anslation and Fig. 1: Malina's first impression for Antigone.