The People Downstairs by Michael McKeever
For two years and one month Ann Frank, along with seven others, hid in four small concealed rooms behind a bookcase in the building where her father worked. Because of her diary, the world knows of her and her family’s ordeal. But what of the people who hid them and got them food and kept them informed of the world outside? Award-winning playwright Michael McKeever explores the complex world of these brave individuals, following their journey of rebellious morality during the horrors of World War II.