Harlequin Productions’ latest production, “My Name is Rachel Corrie,” opens Thursday and continues through Feb. 11. Taken from the writings of Corrie — a native Olympian and US peace activist killed in the Rafah refugee camp in the Gaza strip — the play tells her story through her journals from when she was 8 years old.
Harlequin Productions’ latest production, “My Name is Rachel Corrie,” opens Thursday and continues through Feb. 11. Taken from the writings of Corrie — a native Olympian and US peace activist killed in the Rafah refugee camp in the Gaza strip — the play tells her story through her journals from when she was 8 years old. Getty Images Getty Images file
Harlequin Productions’ latest production, “My Name is Rachel Corrie,” opens Thursday and continues through Feb. 11. Taken from the writings of Corrie — a native Olympian and US peace activist killed in the Rafah refugee camp in the Gaza strip — the play tells her story through her journals from when she was 8 years old. Getty Images Getty Images file

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