Script in Hand 2023 kicks off with As Bees in Honey Drown
MEET THE CAST
Beane’s play cuts deeply, exploring that nefarious question, "fame at what price?” Lampooning pop culture with stinging insight, Alexa challenges us to confront our insatiable appetite for celebrity, and how it might cause us to overlook the things that truly matter most in life. I know our Script in Hand audience will love joining Evan Wyler on his quest to uncover the truth about Alexa Vere de Vere in this fun filled, social satire...perfect for a winter night at the Playhouse!"Mark Shanahan
meet the creative team
ABOUT SCRIPT IN HAND PLAYREADINGS
Every Script in Hand playreading is a brand new experience.
At a Script in Hand playreading, there’s nothing between you and the actors on stage. These readings bring actors who’ve just met — or who’ve known each other for years — together for one day to rehearse and perform a play on a bare stage, with simple lighting — and you. The audience is in charge of conjuring the set, costumes, and atmosphere — or nothing at all. Actors, audience, and the director come together to create a special, one-night-only experience.
MEET THE CURATOR
The 2023 Script in Hand Playreading Series is supported by Stephen Corman and the White Barn program of the Lucille Lortel Foundation.
For this playreading and playreadings in the Script in Hand series, masks are strongly encouraged but not required. Current CDC guidelines recommend N95 and KN95 masks. Please review our full safety protocols here. Please review our full safety protocols here.
All titles, dates, and artists are subject to change.
directed by Mark Shanahan