28 March-7 May 2006. Megan Dodds stars in the Royal Court Theatres production of My Name is Rachel Corrie written by award-winning Guardian journalist Katherine Viner. Based on her diary and letters, the play recounts the short life and sudden death of the American pacifist defending a Palestinian home from an Israeli army bulldozer. Described by the Daily Telegraph as a thought-provoking and deeply moving piece of theatre, My Name is Rachel Corrie is directed by Alan Rickman with sound and video design by Emma Laxton. The play runs for 1 hour 20 minutes with no interval. Admission 35, 25, 15. Tues-Sat 20.00. Press night 30 March 19.00.
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