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Philosophy/Poetics/Politics

Month: June, 2010

Magan Wiles in “My Name Is Rachel Corrie”

COME TO “MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE” AT SLU BLACK BOX THEATER, JULY 8-11TH AND 15TH-18TH!

Come to "MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE" at SLU Black Box Theater, July 8-11th and 15th-18th!

Blue Rose Stage Collective presents their debut production:

MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE

Taken from the writings of Rachel Corrie
Edited by Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner
Performed by Magan Wiles
Directed by Tom Martin

Come and see this profoundly moving production of the life of the murdered Palestinian rights activist Rachel Corrie. Adapted from the writings of Rachel Corrie, “My Name is Rachel Corrie” is a deeply passionate portrayal of both the life of Rachel Corrie and the cause she lived and, ultimately, died for: justice for Palestine.

Magan Wiles stars as Rachel Corrie in "My Name is Rachel Corrie."

EVENT DETAILS

Location:

Saint Louis University Black Box Theatre – Xavier Hall
3733 West Pine Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63156

Dates and Times:

July 8-11th and 15th-18th
Thursday-Sat At 8pm, Sunday at 7pm

For tickets: 314.779.4148 or bluerosestage@gmail.com

**Please help us spread the word about this profoundly moving and important production. You can download the flyer for the event here: “My Name is Rachel Corrie” Event Poster. Also, tell your friends and family and spread the word via Facebook, Twitter, etc. below this post!**

LEARN MORE ABOUT RACHEL CORRIE AND THE CENSORSHIP OF “MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE”

* Article from The Guardian about censorship of play in New York

* DemocracyNow articles on Rachel Corrie and the censorship of “My Name is Rachel Corrie”

 

Free Palestine/Cairo

Michelle Conley sent me the following while traveling:

Picture from a Palestine support rally in Cairo…the police asked where we were from and we said America, but quickly said we supported Palestine. He asked “are you sure?” Fortunately it was enough for him to let us stick around for a bit.

Free Palestine Cairo