Dear Anne, From Nina (one-act version)
inspired by true events
One-act. 40-45 minutes
7 actors (5f, 2m)
In February 1940, a young girl in Iowa pulled the name of a pen pal out of a hat. That name was Anne Frank. There was a brief correspondence before the Nazis invaded The Netherlands. The play is a coming-of-age reflection of that time from 1940-1942. While Nina and Jeannie strive to be “citizens of the world” in their tiny town of Danville, Anne and Margot try to live their lives in a world that doesn’t want them. Includes notes for virtual performances.
A full-length version is also available.
A free lesson plan "Connecting to Character" for this play is available here.
A list of educational and classroom resources for this play is available here.
Read a Q&A with playwright Claudia Haas on our blog here.
Royalty fee per performance: $50. Script fee for Printable PDF: $75 (print/copy as many times as you need for your production). Virtual Performance and Live-streaming rights are available. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your request.
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