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Improving the world one story at a time.

SUNY Buffalo State’s Anne Frank Project uses storytelling as a vehicle for community building, conflict resolution, and identity exploration. Inspired by the wisdom of Anne Frank, AFP surfaces and shares stories stifled by oppression. 


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Spring 2019 touring production

After a family tragedy, the oldest sibling, Charlie, must take on the new role of a parent while balancing a hectic work schedule. Meanwhile, the younger sibling, Perry, escapes into video games to deal with their loss, stress and grief. Fueled by their fierce independence both stubbornly refuse to need each other, until one day they are magically thrust into the video gaming world where they must decide to work together or perish. Will Charlie and Perry become warriors? Will they become a family again?


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AFP 2018: Repair the World. The Time is NOW! was an incredible experience! Thank you for your participation.



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  The Space Between  local school tour in Spring 2018. Photo credit: Bruce Fox.

The Space Between local school tour in Spring 2018. Photo credit: Bruce Fox.

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 Teacher Training at Urukundo School in Rwanda. Photo credit: Bruce Fox.

Teacher Training at Urukundo School in Rwanda. Photo credit: Bruce Fox.