Critically, at least. For a round-up, check out here, here, and here.
Interesting reactions, especially for the references to what remains of the controversy. But definitely a more hospitable response out west. Seattle is a serious theatre city. But, no doubt, without as vocal a Jewish presence (or as large a population) as New York. Still, the protests clearly got voiced, it seems.
Most notable might be Rep AD David Esbjornson's special program note, cited more than once, referencing the ad space they sold to anti-Corrie groups.
"[B]uying ads in our theatre publication to denounce the work on our stage is unprecedented. ... I acknowledge the right of these groups to their free expression. Similarly, presenting 'My Name Is Rachel Corrie' is a form of free expression that we should embrace and protect."Amen.
PS. Thanks to Joanna of Seattle Rep for leaving a comment, and I wholeheartedly recommend the Seattle Rep blog she points us to, featuring her own thoughts as well as "Corrie" actress Marya Sea Kaminski's own e-journal of her experiences rehearsing & performing the play.