Miep Gies: Saving Anne Frank’s Diary

Author(s): Megan Wells
Miep Gies is the first woman in history to be awarded the Raoul Wallenberg Medal for Humanitarian of the year. A Dutchwoman from Amsterdam during WWII, Miep protected Anne Frank and her family as they hid from Nazi capture. This one-woman biographical performance brings to life Miep Gies as she makes the impossibly hard decision to risk her life to hide the Frank family and other Jews in Amsterdam in 1942.
Format: One-woman performance
Cast Size: 1F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Alper JCC Miami’s Holocaust Impact Theater, May 2024.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
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