By Charles L. Mee
Directed by Gray Simons
October 20-30, 2005
Iconoclastic playwright Charles L. Mee confronts the nature of love and equality in this philosophical comedy with a decidedly physical edge. A contemporary adaptation of Aeschylus' "The Suppliant Women," Big Love pits men against women in a wild romp where animal instincts come face-to-face with society's strict demand for marital order.
Take a Second Look!
On Friday, October 28 immediately following the 8 pm performance of Big Love there will be a short presentation by noted Charles Mee scholar, and Brandeis and Boston College faculty member Dr. Scott Cummings (Associate Professor in Dramatic Literature and Playwriting, BA University of Michigan, MFA Carnegie Mellon, MFA Yale University, DFA Yale University) that will bring unique insight and interesting background information on the play. You will also have the chance to meet the cast of the play.