- November 21, 2012 4:48 pm at 4:48 pm #94724
MadLab presents: Age of Bees by Tira Palmquist
November 29-December 22, 2012
all shows at 8pm
Fridays & Saturdays with special Thursday preview on 11/29
$12 regular admission
$8 MadLab members
Tickets: onilne at http://www.madlab.net/MadLab/Buy_Tickets.html
or call 614-221-5418 to make reservations.
It’s the year 2098. The bees are gone, and the world struggles to keep up with the resulting ecological and economic changes.In the midst of this, we meet Mel, a young woman who has found sanctuary on an agricultural compound, where there’s food and safety. She works alongside other girls, also orphans or castoffs. Sarah and Zed, who run the farm, hope that their next child will be a boy; Sarah is at the end of her fertility, however, and, to her dismay, Mel stands next in line to carry children for Zed. Into this uncertain sanctuary steps Jonathan, an independent field researcher who collects samples of plants to forestall additional ecological devastation. Meeting Mel provides a glimmer of other kinds of scientific riches on this compound, and he is determined to take her with him. Zed’s history of violence makes any escape a dangerous proposition.Still, there’s the hope that something new can grow, that something good can come from the ruined world they struggle to make theirs.
MaryBeth Griffith as Mel
Travis Horseman as Jonathan
Lexy Weixel as Debra
Courtney Deuser as Sarah
Directed by Jim Azelvandre
Assisted by Aran CarrNovember 26, 2012 2:16 am at 2:16 am #521040
I am very excited to see this show. It opens this Thursday!! You should check it out. AND the playwright will be here mid-December. Awesome!!November 26, 2012 3:18 pm at 3:18 pm #521041
Can’t wait to see it. Great cast and a great director and I am super excited to see the set!November 30, 2012 5:58 pm at 5:58 pm #521042
The set is gorgeous! I can’t wait to see the show tonight!December 1, 2012 8:32 pm at 8:32 pm #521043
I saw this last night, and it was fantastic! The acting was wonderful, the sound was fabulous, and the set was even more gorgeous in person than in the photos. If you don’t see this show, you will be missing out on something really special.
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