WHO'S WHO IN THE MEDIA THEATRE'S 'DIARY OF ANNE FRANK': PART ONE, THE PARENTS
To allow the reality of what the play represents to come to fruition, the supporting cast surrounding Anastasia must be adept at capturing not only the time and place but also the never-ending hope that Anne will be able to live her life to its fullest extent beyond the war.
|Paul Dake portrays Otto Frank in "Diary of Anne Frank" at The Media Theatre|
Paul Dake is Otto Frank, Anne's father. Previously seen on The Media Theatre stage in the Broadway World Award winning "Mame", also directed by Cline, he has worked with The Montgomery Theater for several years, achieving its Award of Excellence. His stage credits include "Don't Talk To The Actors", "Grapes of Wrath", "Jesus Christ Superstar", and "The Drawer Boy".
With a strong passion for theatrical arts, Dake has also worked as a stage manager and director and is a singer/ songwriter. For those who watch CNN's Headline News, Dake is seen in heavy rotation as the spokesman in a nationally syndicated televisiono commercial for an insurance company.
|Margaret DeAngelis is Edith Frank|
These are just two of the actors, aside from Anastasia Korbal, who will assist Cline in bringing this legendary but always relevant play to life. This blog will have a series of articles highlighting the talented cast in this important production.
For tickets to "The Diary of Anne Frank" at The Media Theatre, call 610-891-0100 or visit mediatheatre.org. The three week run (Jan. 29-Feb. 16) has several 10am performances for school groups, as well as matinee and evening performances at regularly scheduled times.