Diary of Anne Frank
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January 17-20, 2018Buy Tickets
Join instructor Valerie Campbell for a workshop suitable for actors, both experienced and aspiring, with a sincere interest in creative exploration.
Space is limited, to secure a spot please e-mail email@example.com to register.
Taking the Next Step: Diving Deep into the Actor’s Work
This workshop offers a full day of immersion exploring both the ART and CRAFT of acting.
The intention of the workshop is to PLAY! You will build your skills, enhance your awareness, and cultivate a deeper connection to your authenticity, imagination and physical truthfulness
This workshop is sponsored by Pine Tree Players and Theatre Alberta, with funding from The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Christie Lites Sales.
About Valerie Campbell:
Val Campbell is a performing artist, teacher and director working in actor training. She currently holds a faculty position as an Associate Professor in the School of Creative and Performing Arts – Drama, in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Calgary.
This play invites you to share in the compelling and surprisingly relatable story of a young Jewish girl forced to hide for two years to escape Nazi oppression during World War 2. Anne Frank, her parents, and sister, joined by the Van Daan family, hide in the secret annex space above her father’s office in Amsterdam as the Nazis deport the Jews of Holland to their deaths. The play draws from Anne Frank’s real life diary and the story of this extraordinary girl will leave a lasting impression.
Do you have any ARCHIVES from our past performances? We’re looking for POSTERS, PROGRAMS, TICKETS, SCRIPTS, BUDGETS (DRAFT AND POST PRODUCTION) PRODUCTION MINUTES, TECHNICAL NOTES (LIGHTING, SET DESIGN, CUE SHEETS, ETC.) MEDIA COVERAGE AND ADS, VIDEOS, DVDS, CAST ANY OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS AND POST PRODUCTIONS MINUTES AND REPORTS from 2011 AND 2012. THE PRODUCTIONS WERE: Here on the Flight Path, The Play's the Thing - 4 one acts (Shakespeare's Ladies, Trouble ... Bubble, Elegy ... Lady and Babels ... Arms) AND Lend Me a Tenor