Three women held captive during Liberia’s civil wars (from left, Ashley Kennedy, Teisha M. Bankston and Dianne Yvette) find of entertainment in a novel in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of “Eclipsed.”
Three women held captive during Liberia’s civil wars (from left, Ashley Kennedy, Teisha M. Bankston and Dianne Yvette) find of entertainment in a novel in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of “Eclipsed.” Cynthia Levin Unicorn Theatre
Three women held captive during Liberia’s civil wars (from left, Ashley Kennedy, Teisha M. Bankston and Dianne Yvette) find of entertainment in a novel in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of “Eclipsed.” Cynthia Levin Unicorn Theatre

Unicorn Theatre’s ‘Eclipsed’ shines in depicting women victimized by war

March 12, 2017 12:55 AM