A play based on the diaries of Rachel Corrie a young American who went on a peace mission to Palestine and got killed while protecting a natives home from demolition. María did allot of physical work with the actress Þóra Karitas Árnadóttir and found a way of using elements from experimental dance as a style for the production. Bjartmar Þórðarsson was an assistant director and the three got very creative as a group, improvising with the material and reworking the dramatic structure quite a bit. In stead of changing scenery when Rachel leaves America and goes to Palestina María decided to let the whole play take place in her teenage bedroom with an old dolls house in the background, with her clothes floating all over the floor and encircled by her endless diaries. Björn Bergsteinn Guðmundsson created the shift in the story with lights, Filiipía Elísdóttir made the set out of a floor canvas that Rachel painted her life on. The soundscape was a chapter of its own, because the group went to visit Palestinian refugees in Iceland and along with the musician Magga Stína involved them in the process. They came to the rehearsals for a whole day and gave their lullabies, songs of joy and cries of sorrow into the production. This way their voices literally got heard in this production as well as lending it a very strong and real flavor. And it brought the attention of the media to their cause. The parents of Rachel, Cindy and Craig Corrie came to Iceland and did a seminar on the Palestinian situation and Carol Churchills; Seven Jewish Children got shown at the same time.