Production History

My Name is Rachel Corrie
Taken from the writings of Rachel Corrie
Edited by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner
Directed by Braden Abraham
March 15 – April 22, 2007
Extended through May 6, 2007

Kaminski achieves such moments of transcendence that she is literally transformed; she channels Corrie's emotions in such a way that she breaks down all artifice, reaching directly into the soul of the material. — Seattle Weekly

Polemical considerations aside, "My Name Is Rachel Corrie" is indisputably an extraordinary piece of dramatic art. — Seattle P-I

“To some degree we are all kids curious about other kids. Egyptian kids shouting at strange women wandering into the path of tanks. Palestinian kids shot from the tanks when they peek out from behind walls to see what’s going on. International kids standing in front of tanks with banners. Israeli kids in the tanks anonymously — occasionally shouting and also occasionally waving — many forced to be here, many just aggressive — shooting into the houses as we wander away.” — Rachel Corrie


Artistic Team
Scenic Designer
  Jennifer Zeyl
Costume Designer
  Harmony J. K. Arnold
Lighting Designer
  L.B. Morse
Sound Designer
  Obadiah Eaves
  Kati Sweaney
  Nick Schwartz-Hall
Marya Sea Kaminski as Rachel Corrie
Stage Manager (April 22)   Erica Schwartz*
(April 26 - May 6)   Jessica Bomball

*Member Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.


Leo K. Season Sponsors:
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Matthew N. Clapp, Jr.

My Name is Rachel Corrie was first presented by the English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre, London.

Produced Off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theatre by Dena Hammerstein and Pam Pariseau for James Hammerstein Productions.

My Name is Rachel Corrie by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner is presetned by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., in New York.