My Name is Rachel Corrie

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Friday, October 06, 2006

The stateside arrival of My Name Is Rachel Corrie, which transfers from London to New York this week, is generating a lot of buzz, mostly because of the tricky politics attached to it. The play has a distinctly pro-Palestinian viewpoint, but it isn’t about Israelis and Palestinians. It’s the true story of a young, idealistic American woman who in 2003 traveled to the Gaza Strip as a peace activist, and ended up getting killed. Produced by Eric Molinsky.

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