Tag: Anne Frank

Anne and Her Shadows

Although the scenes appeared as mere shadows and whispers, I couldn’t make them disappear.  With age came a clearer sense of past and present.  Being on stage playing Anne protected me from those fears.

Do We Need to Be Reading Those “Dirty” Anne Frank Pages?

There’s a sturdy argument to be made that it was completely justifiable to publish the abandoned diary, that Anne, the talented writer, would have been more than fine with it, that she was writing not just for herself, but to leave a detailed account of her experience. She revised the book as she wrote it. But these pages? These deliberately hidden pages?

Losing My Anne Frank

“Part of me loves that Anne Frank has become such a potent figure of dignity and the fight against oppression. But part of me has experienced a loss.”