MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE A Theater Review by Ryan Leeds

The beginning of this review caught my eye:

“If any of us had our lives and welfare completely strangled and lived with children in a shrinking place where we know that soldiers and tanks and bulldozers could come for us at any moment, with no means of economic survival and our houses demolished; if they came and destroyed all the greenhouses that we’d been cultivating for the last however long do you not think, in a similar situation, most people would defend themselves as best they could?” 

As did this, a quote from when the subject of the play was a child. “We have got to understand that people in Third World countries think and care and smile and cry just like us. We have got to understand that they dream our dreams and we dream theirs.”

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