“As Bees in Honey Drown” at Attic Ensemble

“As Bees in Honey Drown”
by Douglas C. Beane

Evan Wyler has just finished a photo session with his shirt off. No, he’s not a supermodel; he’s a twenty-something New York writer savoring the success of his debut novel. Defined by the media as the "hot-young" thing-of-the-moment, Evan captures the attention of Alexa Vere de Vere, a black-clad woman of mystery who’s made the world of celebrity her home. In fact, it’s her religion. Maybe she’s a record producer, maybe she’s a film agent; what is clear is that she wants Evan to write the screenplay of her life story. Just spend time with me, she says, and you’ll learn all you need to know. To Evan, who is gay, it’s like an invitation into the world of Auntie Mame, Sally Bowles and Holly Golightly all rolled into one.

Performed by Attic Ensemble
At Barrow Mansion
Performances ran
Friday, February 11, 2000 thru Sunday, February 20, 2000
Alexa Vere de Vere.... Carolina McNeely Has photo
Amber, et al.... Sarah Zoe Canner Has photo
Evan Wyler.... Jason Frost Has photo
Photographer, et al.... Gregg Moore Has photo
Ronald, et al.... Scott McKinstry Has photo
Waiter, et al.... Kristie Krabe Has photo
Directed by Tom Rowan
Produced by Judith Moss Has Bio
Costume Design by Wanda Maragni Has Bio
Sound Design by Judith Moss Has Bio
Stage Managed by Paul Zeller Has Bio