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DetailsIt's best to work with the system, and right now -the system is war.
2003, civil war is raging in Liberia. At a rebel army base four young women are doing their best to survive the conditions of the war . Yet sometimes, the greatest threat comes not from the enemy's guns, but from the brutality of those on your own side. With the arrival of a new girl, who can read, and an old one, who can kill, how might this transform the future of this hard-bitten sisterhood? European PremierePerformers Faith Alabi (Maima), Michelle Asante (Helena), Joan Iyiola (Bessie), T'nia Miller (Rita), Letitia Wright (The Girl).
Author Danai Gurira. Presented by The Gate. Director Caroline Byrne. Design Chiara Stephenson. Lighting Mark Howland. Sound George Dennis. Other Michael Ager (production manager). Design Isabella Van Braeckel (assistant). Stage Manager Surenee Chan Somchit. Other Hazel Holder (voice coach). Director Rebecca Hill (assistant).
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