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The 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. 


TOURING SPRING 2018

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Meet Avery:  smart, misunderstood, bullied and raised by a single parent who just doesn't get it… you know, a typical teenager.  When the time has come for Avery to discover her true self, she is launched into the outer space of her imagination where planets teach lessons, stars shine bright and comets send her on a hyper speed journey back to her same tedious high school life.  Will Avery use her fantastic voyage to stand up for herself or will she take a back seat to her life? The performance will be followed by a kinesthetic workshop to support and process the lessons in the story.


RWANDA 2018

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Dear Me cast and crew of the 2013-2014 tour.

Dear Me cast and crew of the 2013-2014 tour.

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Mrs. Luongo's 5th grade class with Sophia.

Mrs. Luongo's 5th grade class with Sophia.

SUNY Buffalo State student at the Stitch Buffalo exhibit featured in AFP 2015: Identity, Inclusion and the World. Photo: Bruce Fox.

SUNY Buffalo State student at the Stitch Buffalo exhibit featured in AFP 2015: Identity, Inclusion and the World. Photo: Bruce Fox.