"Bravo to the Zeitgeist Stage Company for Bee-Luther-Hatchee. The compelling drama takes you on a journey that leads not to resolution, but to a springboard for discussion. Powerful without being obvious, this bittersweet story will leave you in thought long after the curtain comes down." - Nick Dussault, Boston Metro


Shelita Burns, an African-American literary editor, scores a best-seller when she publishes the autobiography of a reclusive, elderly black woman. The book, entitled Bee-Luther-Hatchee, speaks to many readers who experience desegregation through the unblinking eye of its author, Libby Price. When the book goes on to win a prestigious award, however, Shelita discovers that artists may not always be what their art leads us to believe.