- Artisanen, Berlin
- Duration 60 minutes
in Germanfrom 12
- Adult €16,50 | concession €11,50 | Child €6,50 | group with JKS concession €4,50 | group without JKS concession €5,00
Documentary theatre with puppets and objects
Unlike its author, Anne Frank's red and white chequered diary miraculously survived the Holocaust and has become one of the most important and best-known objects of memory. The texts offer intensive insights into puberty under extreme conditions: created in hiding in the back building, they simultaneously reflect on youthful questions about family, infatuation, loneliness, and the search for one's own identity, as well as on anti-Semitism, persecution, and murder under National Socialism.
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Inga Schmidt, Stefan Spitzer
Tibo Gebert, Karin Schmitt
Mark Badur, Inga Schmidt
S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
Courtesy of the ANNE FRANK FONDS, Basel