Ashley Marinacci, a co-founder/artistic director of Co-Op Theatre East in New York has posted a series of photos from the production there of My Name is Rachel Corrie.
Ashley is an activist and artist dedicated to creating theatre that challenges the status quo. Ashley has numerous directing, playwriting and performing credits. Most recent COTE credits include My Name is Rachel Corrie (director), Documentary: A Suicide Narrative (playwright/director), A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer (co-director), and two directing selections in Questionable Content.
COTE’s production of My Name is Rachel Corrie is presented in collaboration with actress Theresa C. Johnson and Pace University, with support from Pace University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sociology/Anthropology Department, Theatre and Performing Arts Department, Project Pericles, and Pforzheimer Honors College.