Anne Frank and Me

Author(s): Cherie Bennett
Modern-day teen Nicole doubts the truth about the Holocaust and could not care less about it until she finds herself in a cattle truck being transported to a concentration camp along with Anne Frank.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:4M/7F; teenagers
Running Time: 95 minutes
Notes:

See Robert Skloot, “A Multiplicity of Annes,” Assaph: Studies in the Theatre, v. 22-23 (Tel Aviv, 2009), pp. 196–198.

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Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
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