Act Two, Scene One: Another new year-1944. Miep brings the family a cake for the
celebration. Mr. Van Daan acts greedily. Mr. Frank continues to be the"head" of the house. Margot goes off, complaining that
when they think about the outside world, they are miserable. Peter and Anne have a real conversation for the first time. Mr.
Kraler is getting sick with worry.
Act Two, Scene Two: Anne is more aware of the way she looks because
she is seeing Peter more. Margot is okay with Anne and Peter's relationship.However, a concerned Mrs. Frank is looking
out for her daughter. Mrs. Van Daan is suspicious with the way the two are behaving towards each other. After a kiss on the
cheek from Peter, Anne is in a daze.
Act Two, Scene Three: Mrs. Frank catches Mr. Van Daan stealing food and is furious.
She is warning that she will throw him out. She offers Peter to stay in the house, but he loyally states that if his father
goes, he goes. However, they are interrupted by the news that an invasion has begun!
Act Two, Scene Four: A suspicious phone calls makes the hostages nervous. Some want
to answer it, but Mr. Frank overrules. Mr. Van Daan blames Mrs. Van Daan for the prediciment that they are in, saying that
they could have escaped. They nervously wait to see what will happen, then they are found by the green police.
Act Two, Scene Five: After the war. Mr. Frank is back in the Annex. He stated that
she was so much braver then he ever was. He was reading her diary and drinking coffee while they used the diary as a flashback.