‘Ruined’ premieres this weekend at WU

Kelly Hurla / Washburn Review

“Ruined” premieres at the Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre at Washburn University on Thursday February 23 at 7:30 p.m., with encore performances Friday and Saturday evening as well. Sunday, a matinee will begin at 2 p.m. After Friday’s performance there will be a “Talk Back” where audience members can discuss issues brought forth from the performance.  After Saturday night’s performance, there will be an after glow reception where viewers are welcome to meet the cast.

Admission is free for students with their Washburn I.D. and eight dollars for general admission.

“We’re going to donate three dollars of every ticket to the City of Joy in democratic republic of Congo, which is an organization that helps survivors of these sexual assaults,” said Sullivan.

Sullivan would like for those to put pressure on companies that use coltan to find different sources and different ways of dealing with it.  She also states that while there’s nothing wrong with technology itself, we need to find a way to have technology without other people suffering for it.