Yours, Anne


Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

Sat, Mar 25, 2017 through Sun, Apr 2, 2017
The Culinary Institute of America–Marriott Pavilion
1946 Campus Drive, Hyde Park, NY

Libretto by Enid Futterman
Music by Michael Cohen
Directed by Michael Schiralli

Yours, Anne, based on Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, premiered Off-Broadway in 1985, and various incarnations of the piece have been produced around the world: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Netherlands, Japan and South Africa and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, among others.

"Yours, Anne is a moving, poignant, and in every sense, tasteful piece of musical theater. Best of all, sentimentality is eschewed and the sentiment plainly revealed. It is a legitimate variation on the deathless theme of Anne Frank and her immortal belief 'that people are good at heart.' At the end, there is scarce a dry eye in the house."  
                                                                                 —Clive Barnes, The New York Post

PERFORMANCE DATES

PREVIEW Sat, Mar 25 at 3pm
Sat, Mar 25 at 8pm  OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION post-show (included in ticket price)
Sun, Mar 26 at 2pm  TALKBACK with the cast at 3:30pm
Fri, Mar 31 at 8pm
Sat, Apr 1 at 8pm
Sun, Apr 2 at 2pm

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes (no intermission)

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

ANNE FRANK: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES IN THE ARTS & HUMANITIES

Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 6:30pm  Free and open to the public. Join us for a dynamic panel discussion featuring excepts from Yours, Anne at the FDR Library. The conversation will be moderated by FDR Library Executive Director, Paul Sparrow. Panelists include Dr. Leon Botstein, President of Bard College; Dr. Edna Nahshon, Professor of Jewish Theatre and Drama at Jewish Theological Seminary; and Ms. Enid Futterman, librettist of Yours, Anne. Register online at fdrlibrary.org or by clicking here. Seating is limited.

OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION

Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 8pm  Enjoy a tasting of traditional Jewish foods after the show. Reception is included with ticket price.

BENEFIT PERFORMANCE AND TALKBACK WITH THE CAST

Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 2pm  Meet the cast and discuss the show after the 2pm matinee. This performance will benefit the Howard Lynne Scholarship Fund of the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County.

 

PRE-THEATRE DINING AT THE CIA

To make pre-theatre dining reservations at The Culinary Institute of America, call 845-905-4533 or email ciarestaurants@culinary.edu.

The Caterina de' Medici is offering an exciting $39pp dining experience on Saturday, March 25 and Saturday, April 1 with a selection of salads, pastas and dessert served family-style at the table. Reservations available beginning at 5pm.

There is limited pre-theatre dining available at The Bocuse and American Bounty Restaurants, if you call now. 

 All CIA restaurants are closed on Sundays.

TICKETS 

Evening Performances
Adult $35
Senior $30
Child $20

Matinees
Adult $30
Senior $25
Child $18

PLAN AHEAD! BRING A GROUP AND SAVE!

$5 off each ticket for groups of 8 or more when purchasing together. Simply enter the code GROUPS05 at checkout.

STUDENT MATINEE DATES

Reserved for School and Senior groups. For more information, please email info@halfmoontheatre.org or call 845-235-9885.

Fri, Mar 31 at 10am
Tue, Apr 4 at 10am

CANCELLATION POLICY
In the event that you are unable to attend a performance, you may exchange your tickets for another performance or show. No refunds.