Letters from Anne and Martin 

Though they lived radically different lives, human rights legends Anne Frank and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had something vital in common, apart from sharing the same period in history: both were advocates with powerful voices. In the upcoming Wassmuth Center for Human Rights production Letters from Anne and Martin, two New York-based performers will take the stage at the Morrison Center to present excerpts of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" in character as Frank (Alexandra Gellner) and King (Wesli Spencer). Following the reading, local jazz musician Steve Eaton will perform a set continuing the night's themes of activism and inspiration, including a compilation of "We Will Always Stand as One." Pick up tickets to hear directly from two 20th-century greats.
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