Eden Song is a, provocative new play by Sue Lenier, which deals with an already-fallen world returned to a primitive state. Here, men have lost the knowledge of how to reproduce, and women have turned into savage, dangerous creatures which the men must catch to ensure their safety. 
We see two men constructing an elaborate trap to catch their female, and spending the intervening time experimenting with ways of making babies. When a savage woman does crawl on to the scene, they do not recognise her, and treat her as an animal..
However, she gradually asserts her hold over the men, and we realise the woman trap is a love trap, into which men are lured and then killed, like the hapless mates of a black widow spider.
Thought-provoking contemporary analogies are combined with wonderfully comic moments in this already highly acclaimed play, which I recommend you to see.