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By   Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Adapted by   Wendy Kesselman
Directed by   Derek Goldman
ABOUT THE SHOW

What could be more thrilling than hearing masterful performers tell one of the most powerful stories of the 20th century in our intimate 150-seat black box theater? Join Anne Frank, her family, the Van Daans and more for a vivid, dynamic exploration of the "banality of evil" and the ever-present flame of hope in the story of a Jewish girl in Amsterdam during World War II, and her family's desperate attempt to preserve humanity in an inhumane world. Directed by Derek Goldman (Grounded), an artist with a national reputation for bringing the lessons of the Holocaust to life.

 

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Rhonda Friedman and James Rafferty

PRODUCTION SPONSOR

Kathleen Quinn

 

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Alex Alferov (Peter van Daan through Oct. 9) Brigid Cleary (Edith Frank) Edward Christian (Mr. Kraler, Man 1) Eric Hissom (Mr. van Daan)
Carolyn Faye Kramer (Anne Frank) Paul Morella (Otto Frank) Susan Rome (Mrs. van Daan) Michael Russotto (Mr. Dussel)
Kim Schraf (Miep Gies) Chris Stinson (Peter van Daan after Oct. 9) Dani Stoller (Margot Frank) Jesse Milliner (Man 2)
 
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