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Unicorn Theatre Explores Violence in the Congo

Ruined explores how the violence in a war-torn area of Africa forces people into making difficult choices.

By Steve Walker


Kansas City, Mo. – Plays at the Unicorn Theatre often use vibrant characters and colorful language to give audiences a way into complex issues. Those involved with the production of Ruined insist that plays about intense subjects can be both enlightening and entertaining.

Ruined is playing at the Unicorn Theatre from April 20 through April 30, 2011.

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Since 1998, Steve Walker has contributed stories and interviews about theater, visual arts, and music as an arts reporter at KCUR. He's also one of Up to Date's regular trio of critics who discuss the latest in art, independent and documentary films playing on area screens.
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