Charles Mee's Big Love is an explosive, uproarious re-imagining of the oldest surviving Greek drama, Aeschylus' The Suppliant Women. It's volatile yet touching, comedic yet horrific, homicidal yet romantic. A surprise-filled expression of the game of love, exploring the differences between men and women, life and human nature. This vivid romp mixes passion, song, poetic soliloquies, frenzied action, dance, sex, dizzying acrobatics, unexpected romance, mayhem, and even cake fights! And, in the end, you'll find that love, of any kind, is all that vitally matters.