Ammerman Campus Presents “After Anne Frank”
The Suffolk Performing Arts Series will be showing “After Anne Frank” on Friday, March 23 at 2 and 8 p.m. in theater 119 in the Islip Arts building at the Ammerman campus.
“After Anne Frank,” is a touching and comical personal memoir about life, identity, theater, family and forgiveness that intertwines writer and actor Carol Lempert’s experiences with the oral history of her uncle, a Holocaust survivor.
Over the course of Lempert’s career, she has performed in all three versions of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” During college, she played Anne in the 1955 Goodrich and Hackett version, in her 20′s she played Anne’s sister in the “forbidden” 1952 Meyer Levin version, and years later she played Anne’s mother in the 1997 Wendy Kesselman adaptation of the play.
Admission is free but tickets are required; there is a limit of two tickets per person.
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