"Theatre can’t change the world. But what it can do, when it’s as good as this, is to send us out enriched by other people’s passionate concern." The Guardian
"It’s a fine production and all involved should be proud of what they’ve achieved: terrific independent theatre." Stage Noise
"Belinda Bromilow gives a stunning performance." The Australian
Quite a few of you dropped us a line after we posted about the play "My Name is Rachel Corrie" last year.
For those readers lucky enough to live in Sydney you can now see the play at the Belvoir Theatre, where it runs until 1 June. Director Shannon Murphy was a 24-year-old student enrolled in NIDA's directing course when she found the play amongst the school's collection of new plays last year:
It has had terrific reviews. If you'd like to see the play with Archive staff please come along!
"I must say I was very shocked to find out how controversial it had been and that it had closed in the US - that was a big surprise to me because I did not get that feeling having read it"
"I don't know how on earth this incredible woman's story could make you not want to have it told - it's actually quite disgraceful. If the arts start having censorship, where do we go?"