Anne Being Frank
Ends Oct 29 1h 25m
Anne Being Frank

Anne Being Frank NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Thought-provoking, Riveting, Indulgent, Clever, Ambitious

About the Show

Anne Frank reevaluates her diary, confronting human darkness in this new work.

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Member Reviews (3)

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53 Reviews | 11 Followers
Thought-provoking, Profound, Entertaining, Ambitious, Clever

See it if you are interested on a new take on Anne Franks story. It's a beautiful, heartbreaking piece of theatre.

Don't see it if you are looking for a happy ending.

9 Reviews | 0 Followers
Cliched, Banal, Disappointing, Dated, Indulgent

See it if You want to retread Anne Frank's diary or engage in fantasy about a situation from 80 years ago with a clear and known ending.

Don't see it if You want to watch something new, relevant and engaging

1 Review | 0 Followers
Thought-provoking, Great staging, Riveting, Great writing, Great acting

See it if The play wonders whether, had she lived, Anne Frank would still believe that people are really good at heart. We are left wondering too.

Don't see it if If you only like seeing light theater, don't go.

Critic Reviews (2)
September 13th, 2023

Elisha has written a refreshing new take on Anne Frank’s life. Called "Anne Being Frank" (a title that should, perhaps, be reconsidered), the one-person, multi-character show posits a surreal possibility, that Frank managed to survive the War and decided to rewrite her oft-expurgated famous Diary.
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Front Row Center
September 14th, 2023

“The constant shifts of time and place don’t help Alexis Fishman’s energetic and heartfelt performance...This is an engaging performance which doesn’t always land.However, as this opening-night production continued, Fishman seemed to find her footing. Her performance took on more gravity, and there were elements of real connectedness with the many characters she portrays.”
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