The production tells the tale of the captive “wives” of a Liberian rebel officer who form a hardscrabble sisterhood.
With wit, compassion, and defiance, this gripping play unearths the wreckage of war and celebrates the women who navigate and survive the most hostile of circumstances.
Known as periodical cicadas, these long-lived insects — the longest-lived in North America — can be found only in the eastern half of the United States, surfacing between May and June in cycles of 13 or 17 years, depending on the species.
They live near trees, hatching and growing underground as nymphs and living off sap that they siphon from tree roots.
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During summer's hottest months in locations around the world, the whirring buzz of cicadas is a familiar sound.
Sometimes erroneously referred to as locusts, summer cicadas are annual visitors, but they have darker, red-eyed cousins that are seen much less frequently — in some cases, close to two decades pass between appearances.
During their years underground, the nymphs molt through five growth cycles, known as instars.
Then, when ground temperatures reach 64 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius) at a soil depth of 8 inches (20 centimeters), the nymphs emerge en masse and metamorphose into winged adults, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.