Gideon Productions presents a three part sci-fi epic by Mac Rogers, following one American family through an extraterrestrial invasion and the occupation of Earth. More…
A decade-spanning science fiction epic begins as son Abbie allies with the extraterrestrial conquerors and daughter Ronnie leads the human resistance. The entire saga takes place in the same house, as it - much like the world around it - is ravaged by war and rebuilt by hand over the course of twenty years. The three parts of the trilogy will be presented individually on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights. On Saturdays and Sundays audiences can binge-watch the entire trilogy. 'The Honeycomb Trilogy' explores culture, terrorism, sexuality, loyalty, justice, and forgiveness over the course of three action-packed, emotionally-charged stories.
See it if you think a play in a genre usually reserved for film&TV, with themes that resonate now and played w utter commitment, is the bee's knees.
Don't see it if sitting for 7 hours of anything less than constant brilliance will make you want to spray the place with Raid. Still, it set my mind abuzz.
See it if You want to see epic sci-fi onstage, and don't mind a little melodrama.
Don't see it if You can't sit through one horribly acted play to get to a better one.
See it if You love life-and-death, fate-of-the-planet-hangs-in-the-balance stories, or keen observations of human nature, or brilliant writing.
Don't see it if You hate thinking or feeling. (You WILL like this show even if you don't love sci fi)
See it if You are interested in an original story, set through the lens of a post-apocalyptic scenario.
Don't see it if You're not willing to see the story weave itself together. You're silly not to be, because Part II (Blast Radius) does it so well.