Letters From Anne And Martin Play
Developed from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail, Letters from Anne and Martin brings cultural heroes Anne Frank and Martin Luther King, Jr, to life on stage sharing their hopes and plans for a peaceful and unified world. These icons, both born in 1929, have distinct and eloquent voices, expressing a deep belief in humanity despite their lived experiences facing hatred and oppression. The evening highlights the parallels in their outlooks and ideals, demonstrating the universality of the human experience.
The 40 minute play will take place at The Frankel Family Performing Arts Center and it is free of charge. It will also be followed by a facilitated discussion and a dessert reception.