By Danai Gurira
November 2-3 and 8-10 @ 8 pm
November 4 & 11 @ 2 pm
The Moore Theater
A Theater Department MainStage Production
Tickets available at the HOP Box Office
This gripping play unearths the wreckage of war and celebrates the women who navigate and survive the most hostile of circumstances. Their lives set on a nightmarish detour by civil war, the captive wives of a Liberian rebel officer form a hardscrabble sisterhood, drawing on their reserves of defiance, wit, and compassion to ask the question: when the fog of battle lifts, could a different destiny emerge? A chilling, humanizing, and surprisingly funny portrait of survival, transformation, and renewal.
MIRANDA HAYMON director
MICHAEL GANIO scenic designer
LAURIE CHURBA costume designer
DAN KOTLOWITZ lighting designer
SINAN ZAFAR sound designer
CATHERINE DARRAGH '13 stage manager
Eclipsed Special Events
Opening Night Reception
Friday, November 2
Immediately post-show @ the Top of The Hop
Please join us for a celebratory reception following the show. Cash bar available, courtesy of the Top of the Hop Lobby Bar. This event is generously supported by the Hopkins Center and the Adams Family Fund for Theater.
Pre-Show Discussion: Black Womanhood on the World Stage
Saturday, November 3
7:00 pm @ the Top of the Hop
Join director Miranda Haymon and Dr. Monica White Ndounou for a conversation about Eclipsed within the context of contemporary theatrical representations of women throughout the African diaspora. Haymon is currently Artist-in-Residence at the Roundabout Theater in New York City; Dr. Ndounou is an Associate Professor with the Department of Theater and the founder of the Craft Institute. The conversation will be moderated by Laura Edmondson, Theater Department Chair. Free and open to the public.
Post-Show Discussion with the Cast
Friday, November 9
The Moore Theater
Join us in the theater immediately following the evening’s performance on Friday, November 9 for an informal discussion with the cast of Eclipsed: Stephanie Everett '19, Naomi Agnew '20, Esther Oluokun '20, Stella Asa '22, and Michaela Benton '22. The conversation will be led by Laura Edmondson, Theater Department Chair.