Video: Theatre Raleigh’s Tim Seib and Dakota Mackey-McGee Talk ‘Beehive,’ Female Empowerment, and More

The 60’s musical Beehive is a celebration of music and women’s empowerment. It was a decade dominated by the civil rights movement, student movement, anti-war movement, and women’s movement. The show opens Theatre Raleigh’s summer season. Hear what director Tim Seib (Million Dollar Quartet) and Dakota Mackey-McGee (The Civil War, Theatre Works USA) have to say about the show, the music, and this defining decade. The show runs May 8th through May 19th. For more information visit

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