Recently, my theater class at school performed Sophocle's Antigone. I wrote an original score and performed as Creon, king of Thebes. As part of our conceptualization of the production, we decided to take a "modern" approach to the play, in the same vein of, for example, Baz Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet. While the dialogue was unchanged, the costumes, props, and scenery suggested a "business world," which happened to complement the theme of woman vs. man present in the play. As for the music, I took a similarly modern approach, aiming for a blend between strict orchestral (which is my usual style) and jazz. I also utilized leitmotif, so some melodic strains for Antigone and Creon are heard throughout. The score is relatively short - mostly a series of entrance/exit music. I've mixed it all into a medley (the URL? don't ask, I just borrow web space where I can).
So, this is just a show-and-tell deal. The instruments are completely GPO and JABB (the more I use the saxophones the more I like them), with Sonitus:fx reverb. The score was notated and played back with Overture 4.0 (no actual performance involved in this).