Classical Greek tragedy meets modern-day sexual politics in Charles Mee's Big Love. The production is a radical interpretation of Aeschylus? The Suppliant Women, a play chronicling the travails of the 50 daughters of Danaus who flee Egypt to avoid forced marriage to their 50 cousins. Exuberant, intensely physical, and incredibly entertaining, Mee's play questions the meaning of love with a witty and dynamic line of attack. Les Waters directs.