And Then They Came for Me

Author(s): James Still
The story of a Jewish teenage girl, hiding from the Nazis in an Amsterdam attic, who ends up in a concentration camp. It’s not about Anne Frank, but Anne is a character in the play, secondary to Eva Schloss, Anne’s real-life childhood friend.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:5M/4F (minimum 2M/2F with doubling)
Running Time: 70 minutes

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Original or Prominent Production:
Premiered at the Indiana Repertory Theatre and George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ.
Original Source Material: Based on Still’s interviews with Schloss and another Holocaust survivor and one-time friend of Anne’s, Ed Silverberg.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
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Dramatic Publishing

Experience(s) Chronicled: Concentration and Extermination Camps | Hiding

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