Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED

February 25
7:20 PM 2011

This March, Berkeley Repertory Theatre proudly presents Ruined, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. A powerful new play about the harrowing lives of women in Africa, Ruined is written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Liesl Tommy. A collaboration between Berkeley Rep, Huntington Theatre Company, and La Jolla Playhouse, this production has already earned seven awards - including Outstanding Dramatic Production - from the San Diego Critics Circle. It began previews in the state-of-the-art Roda Theatre on February 25, opens March 2, and closes April 10.

For more information, visit berkeleyrep.org.

Photo Credit: Kevin Berne (Production Photos) / J. Katarzyna Woronowicz (Cast Photo)

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Carla Duren (left) and Pascale Armand

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Carla Duren is held back by Kola Ogundiran and Okierete Onaodowan

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Joseph Kamal (left) and Tonye Patano

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Alvin Terry, AdrIan Roberts and Carla Duren

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Tonye Patano, Jason Bowen and Pascale Armand

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
The cast of RUINED

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Wendell B. Franklin, Carla Duren, Zainab Jah and Tonye Patano

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Zainab Jah, Carla Duren and Pascale Armand

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
The cast of RUINED

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED
Oberon K.A. Adjepong (left) and Tonye Patano

Photo Flash: Berkeley Rep Presents the Pulitzer Prize-Winning RUINED

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