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Like those who want less to write than to have written, Alexa Vere de Vere jumpskips over Andy Warhol's "famous for 15 minutes" to wallow in an ongoing honey-dipped rush. She firmly believes everyone would do it if they could get away with it. And who is to say she's wrong? Only Evan Wyler, nee Eric Wollenstein, whose first novel got him a semi-nude photo shoot and little else, until Alexa came along.

Equal parts scam, caper, farce and satire, Douglas Carter Beane's play presents a heroine manufactured out of such old movie templates as Rosalind Russell's Auntie Mame, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly and Liza Minelli's Sally Bowles. We always knew That Girl was out there somewhere and the gay men and striving women she targets have been waiting for her to wave her magic wand and transform them from who they are into who they were meant to be. The fact that she seems totally unreal is totally realistic. "I'm not a mirage," says Alexa kindly. "I'm an oasis."

Beane skewers the shelf life as short as a fruit fly of an artist in a fickle consumer culture and does it with wit and flair. Alexa, the con artist born Brenda Gelb in West Reading, PA, does seem to jumpstart the careers of her victims. They never turn her in. Wyler is advised by record producer Morris Kaden to consider his fleecing "tuition." It's a wonderful part for an actress with an edge. Though Peri Gilpin has timing and panache, she doesn't have the edge yet. Chad Willett makes his bones as the gawky writer Wyler who finally takes what happens to him and builds on it under his own name. A suave quartet play all the other parts, with Cameron Watson especially solid as Mike, Iona Morris as many exotic women we'd like to see more of, David Shatraw as shady characters we'd like to steer clear of and luscious Kate Steele as the peripheral beauty no cityscape does without.

This farrago scampers over the stage of The Pasadena Playhouse under the sly humorous directorial wand of Sheldon Epps. Randy Gardell's clever costumes have such witty punctuation points as a boring brown suit wickedly chosen for Wyatt by a jealous salesman and a single black suit for Alexa throughout varied by bright magnificent shoes. Michael Gilliam lights, as best he can with the Playhouse's limited structure, Roy Christopher's marvelous scenic design which is a trip all by itself. Not only do the folding panels and revolving stages work divinely, the city backdrop and muted gleaming colors symbolize this tale that could only happen in the hive of a city where the buzz is all.

For a review of this show when it opened Off-Broadway under the auspices of the playwright's own Drama Dept go here.

AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN
Playwright: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Sheldon Epps
Cast: Peri Gilpin (Alexa Vere de Vere), Chad Willett (Evan Wyler), David Shatraw (Photographer, Swen, Kaden), Cameron Watson (Ronald, Skunk, Mike), Kate Steele (Amber, Backup Singer, Secretary, Bethany, Ginny, A Muse), Iona Morris (Waiter, Backup Singer, Carla, Newsstand Woman, Illya, A Muse)
Set Design: Roy Christopher
Lighting Design: Michael Lillian
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Running Time: Two and a half hours, with one 15-minute intermission
Running Dates: August 15-September 21, 2003
Where: The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, Phone: (626) 356-PLAY
Reviewed by Laura Hitchcock on.September 2.
At This Theater Cover
At This Theater


Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide
Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam
Ridiculous!The Theatrical Life & Times of Charles Ludlam


Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers
Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers


The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century
The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century


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Like those who want less to write than to have written, Alexa Vere de Vere jumpskips over Andy Warhol's "famous for 15 minutes" to wallow in an ongoing honey-dipped rush. She firmly believes everyone would do it if they could get away with it. And who is to say she's wrong? Only Evan Wyler, nee Eric Wollenstein, whose first novel got him a semi-nude photo shoot and little else, until Alexa came along.

Equal parts scam, caper, farce and satire, Douglas Carter Beane's play presents a heroine manufactured out of such old movie templates as Rosalind Russell's Auntie Mame, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly and Liza Minelli's Sally Bowles. We always knew That Girl was out there somewhere and the gay men and striving women she targets have been waiting for her to wave her magic wand and transform them from who they are into who they were meant to be. The fact that she seems totally unreal is totally realistic. "I'm not a mirage," says Alexa kindly. "I'm an oasis."

Beane skewers the shelf life as short as a fruit fly of an artist in a fickle consumer culture and does it with wit and flair. Alexa, the con artist born Brenda Gelb in West Reading, PA, does seem to jumpstart the careers of her victims. They never turn her in. Wyler is advised by record producer Morris Kaden to consider his fleecing "tuition." It's a wonderful part for an actress with an edge. Though Peri Gilpin has timing and panache, she doesn't have the edge yet. Chad Willett makes his bones as the gawky writer Wyler who finally takes what happens to him and builds on it under his own name. A suave quartet play all the other parts, with Cameron Watson especially solid as Mike, Iona Morris as many exotic women we'd like to see more of, David Shatraw as shady characters we'd like to steer clear of and luscious Kate Steele as the peripheral beauty no cityscape does without.

This farrago scampers over the stage of The Pasadena Playhouse under the sly humorous directorial wand of Sheldon Epps. Randy Gardell's clever costumes have such witty punctuation points as a boring brown suit wickedly chosen for Wyatt by a jealous salesman and a single black suit for Alexa throughout varied by bright magnificent shoes. Michael Gilliam lights, as best he can with the Playhouse's limited structure, Roy Christopher's marvelous scenic design which is a trip all by itself. Not only do the folding panels and revolving stages work divinely, the city backdrop and muted gleaming colors symbolize this tale that could only happen in the hive of a city where the buzz is all.

For a review of this show when it opened Off-Broadway under the auspices of the playwright's own Drama Dept go here.

AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN
Playwright: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Sheldon Epps
Cast: Peri Gilpin (Alexa Vere de Vere), Chad Willett (Evan Wyler), David Shatraw (Photographer, Swen, Kaden), Cameron Watson (Ronald, Skunk, Mike), Kate Steele (Amber, Backup Singer, Secretary, Bethany, Ginny, A Muse), Iona Morris (Waiter, Backup Singer, Carla, Newsstand Woman, Illya, A Muse)
Set Design: Roy Christopher
Lighting Design: Michael Lillian
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Running Time: Two and a half hours, with one 15-minute intermission
Running Dates: August 15-September 21, 2003
Where: The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, Phone: (626) 356-PLAY
Reviewed by Laura Hitchcock on.September 2.
At This Theater Cover
At This Theater


Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide
Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam
Ridiculous!The Theatrical Life & Times of Charles Ludlam


Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers
Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers


The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century
The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century


metaphors dictionary cover
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As Bees in Honey Drown

Like those who want less to write than to have written, Alexa Vere de Vere jumpskips over Andy Warhol's "famous for 15 minutes" to wallow in an ongoing honey-dipped rush. She firmly believes everyone would do it if they could get away with it. And who is to say she's wrong? Only Evan Wyler, nee Eric Wollenstein, whose first novel got him a semi-nude photo shoot and little else, until Alexa came along.

Equal parts scam, caper, farce and satire, Douglas Carter Beane's play presents a heroine manufactured out of such old movie templates as Rosalind Russell's Auntie Mame, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly and Liza Minelli's Sally Bowles. We always knew That Girl was out there somewhere and the gay men and striving women she targets have been waiting for her to wave her magic wand and transform them from who they are into who they were meant to be. The fact that she seems totally unreal is totally realistic. "I'm not a mirage," says Alexa kindly. "I'm an oasis."

Beane skewers the shelf life as short as a fruit fly of an artist in a fickle consumer culture and does it with wit and flair. Alexa, the con artist born Brenda Gelb in West Reading, PA, does seem to jumpstart the careers of her victims. They never turn her in. Wyler is advised by record producer Morris Kaden to consider his fleecing "tuition." It's a wonderful part for an actress with an edge. Though Peri Gilpin has timing and panache, she doesn't have the edge yet. Chad Willett makes his bones as the gawky writer Wyler who finally takes what happens to him and builds on it under his own name. A suave quartet play all the other parts, with Cameron Watson especially solid as Mike, Iona Morris as many exotic women we'd like to see more of, David Shatraw as shady characters we'd like to steer clear of and luscious Kate Steele as the peripheral beauty no cityscape does without.

This farrago scampers over the stage of The Pasadena Playhouse under the sly humorous directorial wand of Sheldon Epps. Randy Gardell's clever costumes have such witty punctuation points as a boring brown suit wickedly chosen for Wyatt by a jealous salesman and a single black suit for Alexa throughout varied by bright magnificent shoes. Michael Gilliam lights, as best he can with the Playhouse's limited structure, Roy Christopher's marvelous scenic design which is a trip all by itself. Not only do the folding panels and revolving stages work divinely, the city backdrop and muted gleaming colors symbolize this tale that could only happen in the hive of a city where the buzz is all.

For a review of this show when it opened Off-Broadway under the auspices of the playwright's own Drama Dept go here.

AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN
Playwright: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Sheldon Epps
Cast: Peri Gilpin (Alexa Vere de Vere), Chad Willett (Evan Wyler), David Shatraw (Photographer, Swen, Kaden), Cameron Watson (Ronald, Skunk, Mike), Kate Steele (Amber, Backup Singer, Secretary, Bethany, Ginny, A Muse), Iona Morris (Waiter, Backup Singer, Carla, Newsstand Woman, Illya, A Muse)
Set Design: Roy Christopher
Lighting Design: Michael Lillian
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Running Time: Two and a half hours, with one 15-minute intermission
Running Dates: August 15-September 21, 2003
Where: The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, Phone: (626) 356-PLAY
Reviewed by Laura Hitchcock on.September 2.
At This Theater Cover
At This Theater


Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide
Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam
Ridiculous!The Theatrical Life & Times of Charles Ludlam


Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers
Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers


The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century
The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century


metaphors dictionary cover
6, 500 Comparative Phrases including 800 Shakespearean Metaphors by CurtainUp's editor.
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As Bees in Honey Drown

Like those who want less to write than to have written, Alexa Vere de Vere jumpskips over Andy Warhol's "famous for 15 minutes" to wallow in an ongoing honey-dipped rush. She firmly believes everyone would do it if they could get away with it. And who is to say she's wrong? Only Evan Wyler, nee Eric Wollenstein, whose first novel got him a semi-nude photo shoot and little else, until Alexa came along.

Equal parts scam, caper, farce and satire, Douglas Carter Beane's play presents a heroine manufactured out of such old movie templates as Rosalind Russell's Auntie Mame, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly and Liza Minelli's Sally Bowles. We always knew That Girl was out there somewhere and the gay men and striving women she targets have been waiting for her to wave her magic wand and transform them from who they are into who they were meant to be. The fact that she seems totally unreal is totally realistic. "I'm not a mirage," says Alexa kindly. "I'm an oasis."

Beane skewers the shelf life as short as a fruit fly of an artist in a fickle consumer culture and does it with wit and flair. Alexa, the con artist born Brenda Gelb in West Reading, PA, does seem to jumpstart the careers of her victims. They never turn her in. Wyler is advised by record producer Morris Kaden to consider his fleecing "tuition." It's a wonderful part for an actress with an edge. Though Peri Gilpin has timing and panache, she doesn't have the edge yet. Chad Willett makes his bones as the gawky writer Wyler who finally takes what happens to him and builds on it under his own name. A suave quartet play all the other parts, with Cameron Watson especially solid as Mike, Iona Morris as many exotic women we'd like to see more of, David Shatraw as shady characters we'd like to steer clear of and luscious Kate Steele as the peripheral beauty no cityscape does without.

This farrago scampers over the stage of The Pasadena Playhouse under the sly humorous directorial wand of Sheldon Epps. Randy Gardell's clever costumes have such witty punctuation points as a boring brown suit wickedly chosen for Wyatt by a jealous salesman and a single black suit for Alexa throughout varied by bright magnificent shoes. Michael Gilliam lights, as best he can with the Playhouse's limited structure, Roy Christopher's marvelous scenic design which is a trip all by itself. Not only do the folding panels and revolving stages work divinely, the city backdrop and muted gleaming colors symbolize this tale that could only happen in the hive of a city where the buzz is all.

For a review of this show when it opened Off-Broadway under the auspices of the playwright's own Drama Dept go here.

AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN
Playwright: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Sheldon Epps
Cast: Peri Gilpin (Alexa Vere de Vere), Chad Willett (Evan Wyler), David Shatraw (Photographer, Swen, Kaden), Cameron Watson (Ronald, Skunk, Mike), Kate Steele (Amber, Backup Singer, Secretary, Bethany, Ginny, A Muse), Iona Morris (Waiter, Backup Singer, Carla, Newsstand Woman, Illya, A Muse)
Set Design: Roy Christopher
Lighting Design: Michael Lillian
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Running Time: Two and a half hours, with one 15-minute intermission
Running Dates: August 15-September 21, 2003
Where: The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, Phone: (626) 356-PLAY
Reviewed by Laura Hitchcock on.September 2.
At This Theater Cover
At This Theater


Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide
Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam
Ridiculous!The Theatrical Life & Times of Charles Ludlam


Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers
Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers


The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century
The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century


metaphors dictionary cover
6, 500 Comparative Phrases including 800 Shakespearean Metaphors by CurtainUp's editor.
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broadwaynewyork.com


The Broadway Theatre Archive


amazon


©Copyright 2003, Elyse Sommer/www.wholesale1225.com/Car DVD Player/" target="_blank">Car DVD Player|

MP4 Wholesale

|

Jubilee Datejust 18k & SS

|

GUCCI

|

Louis Vuitton

|

Tiffany 1837 ring in sterling silver

|

Boston Bruins

|

mbt shoes

|

LV

|

Phone Wholesale

|

MBT Women's Lami Purple Shoes

|

Car soft

|

Man Nike Shox TL

|

Watch Phone Wholesale

|

Show Spring Summer 2009

|

GUCCI Handbags

|

MBT Kisumu Brown Women's Sandals

|

Regulateur Chronometer

|

Wallets

|

Phone Wholesale

|

Air-King

|

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|

GUCCI

|

Nike Shox R4

|

Nike Shoes

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Royal Eagle Chronograph

|

Tiffany tiffany heart replica ring

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Wholesale

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Sexy police Costume QS0173

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Louis Vuitton

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As Bees in Honey Drown

Like those who want less to write than to have written, Alexa Vere de Vere jumpskips over Andy Warhol's "famous for 15 minutes" to wallow in an ongoing honey-dipped rush. She firmly believes everyone would do it if they could get away with it. And who is to say she's wrong? Only Evan Wyler, nee Eric Wollenstein, whose first novel got him a semi-nude photo shoot and little else, until Alexa came along.

Equal parts scam, caper, farce and satire, Douglas Carter Beane's play presents a heroine manufactured out of such old movie templates as Rosalind Russell's Auntie Mame, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly and Liza Minelli's Sally Bowles. We always knew That Girl was out there somewhere and the gay men and striving women she targets have been waiting for her to wave her magic wand and transform them from who they are into who they were meant to be. The fact that she seems totally unreal is totally realistic. "I'm not a mirage," says Alexa kindly. "I'm an oasis."

Beane skewers the shelf life as short as a fruit fly of an artist in a fickle consumer culture and does it with wit and flair. Alexa, the con artist born Brenda Gelb in West Reading, PA, does seem to jumpstart the careers of her victims. They never turn her in. Wyler is advised by record producer Morris Kaden to consider his fleecing "tuition." It's a wonderful part for an actress with an edge. Though Peri Gilpin has timing and panache, she doesn't have the edge yet. Chad Willett makes his bones as the gawky writer Wyler who finally takes what happens to him and builds on it under his own name. A suave quartet play all the other parts, with Cameron Watson especially solid as Mike, Iona Morris as many exotic women we'd like to see more of, David Shatraw as shady characters we'd like to steer clear of and luscious Kate Steele as the peripheral beauty no cityscape does without.

This farrago scampers over the stage of The Pasadena Playhouse under the sly humorous directorial wand of Sheldon Epps. Randy Gardell's clever costumes have such witty punctuation points as a boring brown suit wickedly chosen for Wyatt by a jealous salesman and a single black suit for Alexa throughout varied by bright magnificent shoes. Michael Gilliam lights, as best he can with the Playhouse's limited structure, Roy Christopher's marvelous scenic design which is a trip all by itself. Not only do the folding panels and revolving stages work divinely, the city backdrop and muted gleaming colors symbolize this tale that could only happen in the hive of a city where the buzz is all.

For a review of this show when it opened Off-Broadway under the auspices of the playwright's own Drama Dept go here.

AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN
Playwright: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Sheldon Epps
Cast: Peri Gilpin (Alexa Vere de Vere), Chad Willett (Evan Wyler), David Shatraw (Photographer, Swen, Kaden), Cameron Watson (Ronald, Skunk, Mike), Kate Steele (Amber, Backup Singer, Secretary, Bethany, Ginny, A Muse), Iona Morris (Waiter, Backup Singer, Carla, Newsstand Woman, Illya, A Muse)
Set Design: Roy Christopher
Lighting Design: Michael Lillian
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Running Time: Two and a half hours, with one 15-minute intermission
Running Dates: August 15-September 21, 2003
Where: The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, Phone: (626) 356-PLAY
Reviewed by Laura Hitchcock on.September 2.
At This Theater Cover
At This Theater


Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide
Leonard Maltin's 2003 Movie and Video Guide


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam
Ridiculous!The Theatrical Life & Times of Charles Ludlam


Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers
Somewhere For Me, a Biography of Richard Rodgers


The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century
The New York Times Book of Broadway: On the Aisle for the Unforgettable Plays of the Last Century


metaphors dictionary cover
6, 500 Comparative Phrases including 800 Shakespearean Metaphors by CurtainUp's editor.
Click image to buy.
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The Broadway Theatre Archive


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