Feeding Beatrice

by Kirsten Greenidge |
Directed by Daniel Bryant

It starts with the sound of a spoon scraping against glass and the wet noise of lips smacking together. June and Lurie have a haunting new houseguest – and she’s ravenously hungry. They do their best to keep her fed and happy, but Beatrice always demands more. As she burrows deeper and deeper into their lives, the couple faces a horrific question: what will it cost to exorcise Beatrice forever?

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Nathan James and Lorene Chesley. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Allison Winn. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Ronald Emile. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chelsey and Allison Winn. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chesley and Nathan James. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chesley. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Allison Winn. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chesley, Nathan James and Allison Winn. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chesley and Nathan James. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Lorene Chesley and Allison Winn. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.

Cast & Creative Staff

CAST:

Lorene Chesley (June)
Nathan James (Lurie)
Ronald Emile (Leroy)
Allison Winn (Beatrice)

CREATIVE STAFF:

Director: Daniel Bryant
Scenic Designer: Lawrence Moten
Costume Designer: Mika Eubanks
Lighting Designer: Jason Lynch
Sound Designer: David Samba
Choreographer: Heather Beal

Age Recommendations

Feeding Beatrice is suitable for adults and older teenage audiences. The gothic tale contains mature themes and actions, supernatural elements, and adult language including racial slurs.

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