4 – 4 – 2

Friday & Saturday March 24 & 25 2006
8:00 PM
STEAMER Nº 10 Theater
500 Western Avenue
(518) 438-5503 – Albany – NY

4 – 4 – 2

Michael Bisio
Benjamin Chadabe
Pierre Joris
Nicole Peyrafitte

4 Compositions – 4 Performers – 2 Nights

An encounter between 4 artists, each leading a 16 minutes section involving various combinations of bass, drums, percussion, poetry, voice, electronics & visuals.

Tickets: (518) 438-5503
$ 7 – Students & Seniors
$12 – Adults
$2/ticket discount when purchased at least a day in advance

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  1. Why Palestinians Usually Get It Wrong says:

    Remembering Rachel Corrie – A Supporter of Terrorism

    Three years ago Thursday, Rachel Corrie was accidentally killed by an Israeli bulldozer after she entered a closed Israeli military zone to protect Palestinian homes that were sitting on top of tunnels used by Palestinian terrorists to smuggle illegal weapons to be used against Israeli civilians. Rachel Corrie was a member of the International Solidarity Movement (ISD), a firm supporter of Palestinian terrorism (what the ISD calls “resistance”), “by any means necessary.”

    There has been a lot of heated debated about the New York Theater Workshop’s recent postponement of the play, My Name Is Rachel Corrie.Some folks have suggested that the theatre caved intoIsrael supporters. Other, more paranoid types, have suggested that the infamous “Israel Lobby” had something to do with the postponement.

    The photogrpahs on the right show Rachel Corrie burning an American flag to show her support of Palestinians and choosing to lay in front of an Israeli Bulldozer in the hopes of protecting tunnels used by Palestinian terrorists to smuggle illegal weapons.

    One of the reasons that the Israeli army closed the area that was being bulldozed was because Palestinian snipers often shoot at bulldozer crews. This endagers not only Israelis, but “peace activists” as well. Palestinian terrorism insures that Israeli bulldozers have very litlte visibility because of the need to protect the driver with metal shielding. Ms. Corrie chose to lay down in front of a bulldozer. Her act was not one of peace, but of suicide. Clearly Ms. Corrie spent too much time in the company of suicide killers and their supporters.

    Perhaps the New York Theater Workshop simply realized that they did not want to be associated with Rachel Corrie because Ms. Corrie supported terrorism and allowed herself, either knowingly or unknowingly, to protect Palestinian terrorists. Perhaps the theatre company did not want to be associated with Ms. Corrie because she was eager to publicly burn American flags. Or perhaps the theater simply did not want to be associated with the left’s obsession with supporting anti-Semitism.



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