| 1 January 2013|
Anne and Emmett is a play by Janet Langhart Cohen. The play details an imaginary conversation between Emmett Till and Anne Frank which takes place in Memory a non-specific afterlife or alternate dimension. The play primarily consists of retelling the lives of the Till and Frank, and comparing and contrasting the events in their lives.
The show features recorded narration by Morgan Freeman, and a score by Joshua Coyne.
Anne and Emmett Wikipedia
The play was set to premiere at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on June 10, 2009, as part of the commemoration of Anne Frank's 80th birthday. The premiere was cancelled due to a shooting.
The New York City Police Department used the play to teach tolerance.