A wooden horse appears at the gates of Troy with a secret in its belly. For the Trojans, it means a victory, a party, and drunken sleep. For the Greeks, it means that by sunrise, an enemy city will be razed to the ground. Jocelyn Clarke's Trojan Women (After Euripides), a highly modernized adaptation of Euripides' enduring drama, takes place that grim morning, as the women of Troy await their fate amid a wasteland of carnage. Innovative director Anne Bogart and members of SITI Company approach the tale from a contemporary perspective, exploring the universal struggle to move forward in the face of tragic, crippling loss.