My Name is Rachel Corrie

 


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My Name is Rachel Corrie

 

Taken from the writings of Rachel Corrie
Edited by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner
Directed by Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu
Oct 17-20, 2012

 

Rachel Corrie artwork

In 2003 Rachel Corrie, a 23 year-old American student, was crushed to death by an Israeli Army bulldozer as she was trying to stop the demolition of a Palestinian home in Gaza. My Name is Rachel Corrie is a controversial, passionate and stunning account of one woman’s participation in events that most of us only experienced through watching the news. Since its sold-out opening in 2005, My Name is Rachel Corrie has acted as a catalyst for discussion and an eye-opener to the impact of western foreign policies on people living thousands of miles away.

 

Here is a play where the real dialogue begins when the curtain comes down. My Name is Rachel Corrie is theater that not only stirs our hearts but sticks in our heads. – Newsweek

 

Extraordinary power…funny, passionate, bristling with idealism and luminously intelligent. – London’s Time Out

 

Warning: contains coarse language and provocative subject matter.

One week run:

Wed to Sat @ 8:00 pm

 

Postshow Talkback: Thurs, Oct 18, 2012


Student Matinees

Hart House Theatre offers student matinees at the low price of $15/student, and complementary tickets for teachers and chaperones.

 

For more information and to book a performance please call the Box Office at 416.978.8849.


Tickets:

Adults $25
Students & Seniors $15

$10 Student tickets every Wednesday
$15 Alumni tickets every Thursday


Buy tickets buttonBox Office:
www.uofttix.ca or 416.978.8849