A one-woman play composed from Rachel's own journals, letters, and emails—creating a portrait of a messy, articulate, young woman, who risked her life as an activist in the heart of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. More…
On March 16, 2003, Rachel Corrie, a twenty-three-year-old American, was crushed to death by an Israeli Army bulldozer in Gaza as she was trying to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian home. The piece has been surrounded by both controversy and impassioned proponents, and it has raised an unprecedented call to support political work and the difficult discourse it creates.
See it if you want a show that is a one-sided account of a story with many sides. It is slow, uneven and insulting to the unbiased theater goer.
Don't see it if you want an honest view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This show is anti-Israel propaganda no matter how much of tragedy her death was
See it if You want to support independent theater or know someone in the company.
Don't see it if You want a thought provoking evening of political theatre. The play drags mostly due to the lackluster and unfocused direction and an actor