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445 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102


Closed March 19, 2017

Opening March 2017

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Following its smash-hit run on Broadway this year, Eclipsed moves to San Francisco's Curran Theatre this Spring for its West Coast Premiere. The Tony Award nominated play taking place during the horrific Liberian civil war will also form part of the 10,000 girls campaign, dedicated to finding the still-missing 218 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted in 2014 by Boko Haram militants.


Set during the Liberian Civil War of 2003, Eclipsed is the story of a band of captive "wives" of a rebel officer. Facing daily rape and violence at the hands of their abusers, they they have formed an unlikely sisterhood to deal with the violence and struggle all around them. However, their delicate balance is thrown into disarray with the arrival of a new young girl; tensions begin to surface quickly in their neglected corner of the compound, forcing each woman to confront their individual realities, and decide between remaining in the compound, or going out to find to escape the sexual violence.


Eclipsed is notably the first work created and staged by an entirely black and female team of director, producers and playwright; Liberian-raised writer Danai Gurira first premiered her work Off-Broadway in 2015 to rave reviews before making the jump to the Great White Way in February 2016.

Inspired by a New York Times photograph of Black Diamond, a female Liberian freedom fighter, she went onto travel to the country in 2007 to interview female survivors of the conflict, providing a traumatic collection of stories that needed to be heard.

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Additional Information


Opening night: 7 March 2017


Suitable for ages 14+ due to mature themes

Run time

Two hours and 15 minutes with intermission

And before you stop reading

Please note that the image used above is taken from the 2015 Off-Broadway production, and as stated, may not reflect the cast transferring to San Francisco in 2017.

Cast and Creative


Joniece Abbott-Pratt as Bessie
Akosua Busia as Rita
Ayesha Jordan as The Girl
Adeola Role as Maima
Stacey Sargeant as Helena


Directed by Liesl Tommy
Written by Danai Gurir
Scenic & Costume Design by Clint Ramos
Lighting Design by Jen Schriever
Original Music & Sound Design by Broken Chord

What you thought

2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

5.0 star rating

Nancy: “Fantastic production”

I was fortunate to catch this gem Saturday evening. It was stunning and... more

Marc Shapiro: “Eclipsed”

Very powerful, moving production. Saw in New York and even better here.... more

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