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  Bee-luther-hatchee at Sierra Madre Playhouse

Bee-luther-hatchee

Sierra Madre Playhouse
87 W Sierra Madre Blvd Sierra Madre

To fully understand the significance of the title Bee-luther-hatchee, you’ll have to see the show. The concerns of the play include cultural appropriation and who has the right to tell certain stories, both of them newsworthy topics. Playwright Thomas Gibbons is the resident playwright of InterAct Theatre Company in Philadelphia, the setting for several of his plays. Bee-luther-hatchee is the first of a trilogy of plays that Gibbons has written on the subject of contemporary race relations.

Thru - Feb 18, 2017

Fri, Jan 27: 8:00pm
Sat, Jan 28: 8:00pm
Sun, Jan 29: 2:30pm
Fri, Feb 3: 8:00pm
Sat, Feb 4: 8:00pm
Sun, Feb 5: 2:30pm
Fri, Feb 10: 8:00pm
Sat, Feb 11: 8:00pm
Sun, Feb 12: 2:30pm
Fri, Feb 17: 8:00pm
Sat, Feb 18: 2:30pm & 8:00pm



Price: $30

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 626-355-4318

www.sierramadreplayhouse.org



  Bee-luther-hatchee Reviews
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Stage Scene LA - Highly Recommended

"...With racial violence on the rise, racists increasingly fearless in spouting (and acting upon) their hate, and an incoming President owing his election, at least in part, to racist backlash against his predecessor, the timing could hardly be more apt for Sierra Madre Playhouse to give Thomas Gibbons' provative Bee-luther-hatchee the powerful revival it deserves, now more than ever."
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Steven Stanley


Stage Raw - Somewhat Recommended

"...With all its stimulating promise, however, the production doesn't deliver - and while the script has limitations, the shortcomings here come down to performance. Graham is certainly well-cast as an assertive and intelligent woman, but there isn't enough subtext behind her speeches (we may get the anger but not the pain). You never forget you're watching a play, and that's regrettably true with the supporting players as well. Lebano is far more adept with his craft, but just can't bring this narrative to life all by himself."
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Deborah Klugman


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