Dance on his grave

How far can women go to protest their subjugation under men, to liberate themselves from supposed yokes imposed on them? In the hierarchy of decision-making at home and at the communal level, how much input from women should be taken into account? And how much should women be allowed to impose themselves and their views? Should women even be heard when deciding important communal matters like going to war and giving a daughter into marriage? Importantly, can women really speak with one determined voice to upturn their perceived status of oppression from the arrogance of menfolk?

"The play is a tragedy which tells the story of kingdom ravaged by the clash of ego between a King and his queen, as they both engaged in an emotional battle of decision making which eventually consume the King."