Connecticut Coalition For Peace and Justice
Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Justice and
Bus trip to New York
Saturday, November 11
Minetta Lane Theatre
18 Minetta Lane
Taken from the words left behind in the diaries, letters and emails of American activist Rachel Corrie, MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE chronicles the human, social and political evolution in the life and controversial death of a young woman. The play traces the life of Rachel Corrie From her early days in Washington State, through her experiences as an activist seeking to learn more about the community within Gaza.
Performed by Megan Dodds, MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE has been developed by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner, in collaboration with Royal Court Theatre's International Department and produced with the kind permission of Rachel Corries's Family.
Directions to Pick-up locations Below
To order a bus seat and ticket on-line using a Credit Card: click => here
mail in a check for a bus seat and ticket:
Coalition for Peace and Justice
Seating chart and other information: click => here
The Hartford Courant has a review of the play that has just
opened in New York:
The New York Times has a review here:
Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice (about this play) : click => here
The bus is scheduled to leave at 2 p.m. Please arrive no later than 1:45
Long Wharf Theater
The place to meet is in the Food Terminal Lot, a large lot on Long Wharf in back of the Fairfield Inn, to the right of Brazi's restaurant and near the Long Wharf theater. People have parked there for anti-war marches in DC with no problem.
The bus is scheduled to leave at 3 p.m. Please arrive no later than 2:45
From New York: Take I-95 North to Exit 46. Go left at stop sign at end of ramp, left at first light, (takes you under I-95), left at next light (takes you onto Sargent Drive), then right at next light between the Mobil gas station and the Bank of America. Long Wharf Theatre is on your left, halfway back in the Food Terminal lot.
From Trumbull: Take Merritt Parkway North (Rt. 15) and take the Milford Connector to I-95 North to Exit 46. Follow directions above.
From Boston: Take I-90 West to I-84 West and continue to the Hartford area. Take Exit 57 to I-91 South, Continue on I-91 to New Haven, then get on I-95 South. Take Exit 46 off I-95. Go right at stop sign at end of ramp, then take an immediate left between the Mobil gas station and the Bank of America. Long Wharf Theatre is on your left, halfway back in the Food Terminal lot.
From Waterbury: Take Route 8 South to Route 63, which becomes Whalley Avenue in New Haven. Continue on Whalley to Broadway and then Elm Street, along the Yale University campus. Turn right on State Street (Route 5), and go about 1/2 mile. Turn left on Water Street and go about 3/10 mile. Turn right on Brewery Street. Follow Brewery Street past the Ikea store and continue on Sargent Drive. Turn right between the Mobil gas station and the Bank of America. Long Wharf Theatre is on your left, halfway back in the Food Terminal lot.
From Danbury: Take I-84 East to Route 34 and continue to New Haven. Turn right onto Ella Grasso Blvd. (Route 10), then left at the second light onto Legion Avenue. Continue onto Route 34 East, then bear right onto the ramp for I-95 South (towards New York City). Take I-95 South to Exit 46 (first exit), then take a right and an immediate left between the Mobil gas station and the Bank of America. Long Wharf Theatre is on your left, halfway back in the Food Terminal lot.