The Diary of a Young Girl has become one of the most important texts of the Holocaust. The author of that diary, Annelies Marie Frank, better known to the world as Anne Frank, became one of the most tragic and certainly one of the most debated Jewish victims of that horrific period in world history.
By Anthony Renaldi
David Auburn’s Proof, winner of both the Tony Award for Best Play as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama is showing in a limited run on the Chapel Street Players (CSP) stage in Newark, Delaware. If you have it in your head to skip this play because you’re afraid you won’t understand the mathematical references or never quite understood Pythagorean Theorem,
The Diary of Anne Frank: A Story of Hope and Innocence Lost —ANTHONY RENALDI, Freelance Writer CSP’s ‘Diary of Anne Frank’ effectively transports the audience to the Secret Annex in 1940s Amsterdam…. —Holly Quinn,