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Jan
19
Fri
The Diary of Anne Frank @ artsPlace
Jan 19 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

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.

Jan
20
Sat
The Diary of Anne Frank @ artsPlace
Jan 20 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

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.

The Diary of Anne Frank @ artsPlace
Jan 20 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

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.