“To call My Name Is Rachel Corrie anything but a tragedy would be a huge disservice to the inspiring young woman of the title,” writes Marcus Crowder of the Sacramento Bee. “Rachel Corrie was a real person, and the one-woman play about her recalls the Olympia, Wash., native’s brief life and horrendous death through her own words from journals and e-mails.”
Beyond the Proscenium Productions, along with Jewish Voice for Peace and the the Palestinian American Congress are presenting the performance in Sacramento, which runs until June 14th at the Threepenny Theatre in Midtown Sacramento. Tygar Hicks portrays Rachel.
Tickets are $18 general admission and $15 students, seniors, military and SARTA members. Show times are Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. Seating is extremely limited so reservations are required. Please email [email protected] or call 916-456-1600.
You can find out more about the play at the BPP Theatre News blog.