Announcing auditions for the Bunbury Players‘ production of


by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman

directed by Garrett D. West

Auditions will be held at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Clifton Park on Sunday, September 26th from 1PM-3PM. No preparation is needed – you will be asked to read from the play.

Rehearsals will be every Sunday from 1PM-5PM and Tuesday & Thursday from 6PM-8PM at the Church, beginning on October 3rd.

The production will be Saturday, November 13th at 8PM and Sunday, November 14th at 2PM at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy.

All roles are open to people of all ethnicities, age, and gender identity. All those auditioning must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

For more information, email


Anne Frank (mid-late teens): The Franks’ lively, optimistic, and imaginative youngest daughter.

Otto Frank (50s-60s): Anne’s calm and patient father – the head of the ”attic family”.

Edith Frank (40s-50s): Anne’s reserved and nervous mother.

Margot Frank (late teens-early 20s): Anne’s quiet and modest older sister.

Putti Van Daan (40s-50s): An irritable and selfish former business partner of Mr. Frank, whose family is invited to stay in the attic with the Franks.

Petronella Van Daan (40s-50s): Mr. Van Daan’s vain and finicky wife.

Peter Van Daan (late teens-early 20s): The Van Daan’s shy and quiet teenage son.

Jan Dussell (50s-60s): A fussy dentist who joins the Franks and the Van Daans in hiding later on.

Miep Gies (30s-40s): A very well-liked, generous secretary in Mr. Frank’s office, who helps to protect the families in hiding.

Mr. Kraler (40s-50s): A businessman who works with Miep to help protect the people in hiding.

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