With their work Bee Company asks an ecoscenographical question: what can a multidisciplinary artist collective learn from more-human ways of living, working and being creative? In addition to the honeybees, the working group comprises six members with diverse artistic backgrounds and practices. This allows for exciting cross-pollinations and novel entrances into shared performance making, exhibition practices, processes and perspectives. Both internally and externally, the group shares creative research processes and perspectives to explore beekeeping and dancing as sharing lifeworlds with more-than-human others.