Collective Face Theatre’s “Big Love” production will take place Friday, Sept. 7, in the Kennedy Fine Arts Building beginning at 8 p.m. A reception and cast meet-and-greet will be held after the curtain close. 

Originally based on one of the oldest Greek tragedies “The Danaiads” by Aeschylus, “Big Love” promises to be not only intriguing and comedic but will cause audiences to analyze their perspectives of gender inequality, refugees, love, and marriage along with all of their idiosyncrasies. 

Charles L. Mee, playwright of “Big Love”, says this about his mindset behind his plays, “My own work begins with the belief that human beings are, as Aristotle said, social creatures—that we are the product not just of psychology, but also of history and of culture…our beings and actions arise from that complex of influences and forces and motivations, that our lives are more rich and complex than can be reduced to a single source of human motivation…And then I like to put this—with some sense of struggle remaining—into a classical form, a Greek form, or a beautiful dance theatre piece, or some other effort at civilization.”

Tickets for SSU students are $5, check other prices and more details online at www.collectiveface.org

[She/They] 23 yrs, journalist, intersectional feminist, film technician. Always choose common sense over comic sans.

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