Women Win Wars...Without Weapons.

Eclipsed takes place in 2003 and tells the story of five Liberian women and their tale of survival near the end of the Second Liberian Civil War. It became the first play with an all-black and female creative cast and team to premiere on Broadway. This will be the Regional Premiere of Eclipsed!



July 26, 7:30pm Invited Dress, Pay-What-You-Can (e.g. $10)

July 27, 7:30pm

July 28, 2pm, 7:30pm

July 29, 2pm Lights Up Sound Down Performance

August 2, 7:30pm

August 3, 7:30pm*

August 4, 7:30pm

August 5, 2pm

Recommended Ages 15+





DURHAM, NC 27701


Directed by Michele Okoh

Produced by Cristina Bejan

Stage Management by Barbette Hunter

Amani McKenzie as Girl
Daphne Trevathan as Bessie
Me-Me Cowans-Taylor as Rita
Diatra Langford as Maima
Zora Umeadi as Helena
and Ruka Osoba as Understudy/Swing

*The role of Maima will be played by Ruka Osoba in the August 3 performance.

With the following Production Team:
Set Design - Alec Haklar
Lighting Design - Lisa Turner
Sound Design - Nicole Benjamin
Props Design - Sharon Galluzzo
Costume Design - Amani McKenzie
Dialect Coach - Lucinda Gainey
Assistant Producer - Judy McCord
Makeup - Melissa Eastwood

Media inquiries: cindymariejenkins@gmail.com

To create, produce, and promote extraordinary theatre by all marginalized genders

Based in Raleigh, North Carolina