The Birds and the Bees - A Comedy by Mark Crawford

Dates

February 12 to March 4, 2020

8:00 pm nightly, except Mondays

Sunday Matinees at 2:00 pm

Venue

ArtSpace at Books & Company

1685 3rd Avenue, Prince George

Tickets

$34 at Books & Company or Order by Phone: 250-563-6637

(some adult content)

The Birds and the Bees - A Comedy by Mark Crawford


Gail, a beekeeper, is attempting to keep the farmer next door at bay over his use of insecticides and his endless quest for the perfect woman. That’s when Gail’s recently separated, almost 40, turkey farmer daughter, moves back home. The daughter is in a desperate state about the running down of her biological clock.  Meanwhile a young, handsome researcher has been given the run of the place to prepare his thesis on Gail’s bees.  As the weeks go by, endless comic misadventures lead them all to learn one of life’s biggest lessons: It’s always important to take good care of your honey!

THE PRESS

“Belly laugh after belly laugh in this outstanding, warm hearted comedy...” - London Free Press

“Expect to see more productions of this hilarious but thoughtful comedy far and wide.” - Stage Door

“The Birds and the Bees starts out as a wild and woolly sex farce but deepens to touch the heart in equal measure with the funny bone.”  - Reid Between The Lines

“Not to be missed!  It feels like being on some kind of comedy roller coaster where every line, situation, and joke comes faster than the last.”  - Blyth Citizen

“The laughs come one right after another…  While the characters are all a little bit crazy, they are very recognizable.  We become charmed by them and want the best for each of them.” - Entertain This

Often funny, sometimes heartwarming, and thoroughly charming . . . This may be just the type of play a lot of us need.” - CBC

“Warm-hearted and sweet, offering genuine belly laughs and moments of deeply felt emotion.” - Winnipeg Free Press

“…through a deeper message about love and family…you will laugh heartily until your cheeks hurt!”  - The Buzz, PEI

 

("The Birds and the Bees" contains some adult content)