January 18, 2014 at 1p.m. This dramatic two-person performance (with a backdrop of compelling scenes from World War ll and the US Civil Rights eras) juxtaposes two of the more important works ever written about human rights, both from places of confinement: Anne Frank’s “Diary of a Young Girl” (1947) and Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail (1963). First developed by The Anne Frank Center USA for Martin Luther King remembrance events in January 2013, this show rapidly became our most attention-getting production.
Program length including discussion: 70-80 minutes.
Reservations required 212-431-8375 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center runs a wide-range of programs for families -- many on weekends. Conversations with Anne is an interactive performance that takes place on the first Saturday of the month. Anne Frank comes alive for children aged 9 and up, as an actress portraying Anne on a variety of themes from the diary. An interactive exchange follows each performance – bring your questions. Learn more