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Dublin - Event Notice
Monday July 03 2017
07:30 PM

[Dublin] Theatre: My Name Is Rachel Corrie

category dublin | anti-war / imperialism | event notice author Sunday June 25, 2017 23:31author by ipsc - Irish Palestine Solidarity Campaign Report this post to the editors

Mon, 3 July 2017, 19:30 The New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Dublin 2

My Name Is Rachel Corrie

Jul 3rd – Jul 8th
Preview Mon July 3. Opens Tues July 4 @ 7.30pm
Tickets: €16 (€12.50 conc./groups of 8+)
See below for details on booking tickets

Based on the writings of a young American activist who was killed in Palestine in 2003, at the hands of the Israeli Defence Forces.
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For booking tickets, click here: http://www.thenewtheatre.com/tnt_php/scripts/page/show....8%7C0

About the Show:

My Name is Rachel Corrie takes the audience on a gritty, heart-breaking and humorous journey through the writings of Rachel Corrie, a young American activist who was killed in Palestine in 2003, at the hands of the Israeli Defence Forces, when she stood between a bulldozer and a civilian home.

Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner have compiled her letters, diaries and emails, presenting a piece of documentary theatre which brings to life her passion and believe in the ability to create change. With the writings of an artist and determination which can only be found in the most idealistic of youth, allow Rachel to bring you on a whirlwind journey of childhood memories, poetry, warzones and cigarette smoke.

Featuring Shannon Ferber
Directed by Megan Carney
Produced by Ailish Toal
Lighting design – Matthew Jones
Sound design/visual design – Seán O’Neill
Stage manager – Megan Lynch
Production (set) managers – Sean MacDhonnagáin and Joe Murphy

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie/event/dublin-theatre-my-name-is-rachel-corrie-tnt
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