10.88 Lynn Nottage Ruined

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Ruined

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Its haunting beauty lies in its insistence on the undying possibility of renewal. Extraordinary --Metro

It's not merely a good play. It jolts our conscience about a forgotten conflict. One emerges both shaken and stirred. --The Guardian

It's easy to see why Ruined has scooped the Pulitzer Prize and seven best play awards Stateside. Almost 100 years after Conrad s Congolese nightmare Heart of Darkness, it shines an invaluable light on an area of the world most of us know too little about, or choose to ignore. --The Telegraph

It's not merely a good play. It jolts our conscience about a forgotten conflict. One emerges both shaken and stirred. --The Guardian

It's easy to see why Ruined has scooped the Pulitzer Prize and seven best play awards Stateside. Almost 100 years after Conrad s Congolese nightmare Heart of Darkness, it shines an invaluable light on an area of the world most of us know too little about, or choose to ignore. --The Telegraph

It's not merely a good play. It jolts our conscience about a forgotten conflict. One emerges both shaken and stirred. --The Guardian

It's easy to see why Ruined has scooped the Pulitzer Prize and seven best play awards Stateside. Almost 100 years after Conrad s Congolese nightmare Heart of Darkness, it shines an invaluable light on an area of the world most of us know too little about, or choose to ignore. --The Telegraph

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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama 2009 and the New York Drama Critics' Circle, Drama Desk and Obie awards for Best Play. UK premiere at the Almeida theatre London 2010. A small mining town deep in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Mama Nadi's bar her rules apply. No arguments, no politics, no guns. When two new girls tainted with the stigma of their recent past arrive, Mama is forced to reassess her business priorities and personal loyalties. As tales of local atrocities spread and tensions between rebels and government militia rise, the realities of life in civil war provide the ultimate test of the human spirit.

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