The Story of Anne Frank
Calling all Homeschool Students...Join us at the National Infantry Museum for a day of learning as we immerse in the stories of those affected by the Holocaust. The Story of Anne Frank Theatrical Production and Guided Tour will be March 13, 14 and 15 for homeschool students ONLY. The cost is $10 per student.
Sign in: 9:30am
Pre-registration required. Register at 706-685-2614 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Play: Bright Star Theater traveled all the way to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam to research and create this engaging production about the life of Anne Frank and the diary she kept during the height of the Nazi invasion of Europe. With this play, young audiences will gain an understanding of this difficult time in history through the perspective of one inspiring young woman who recorded her experience. Audiences will learn about pivotal moments which lead to the Frank’s decision to go into hiding and what life was like for them in their secret home. They will also be introduced to important people in Anne’s life; her family, friends and the people who helped her family hide for about two years. Through this play, we hope audiences will understand the climate of the world during Anne’s life and feel empowered to learn from history and make their world a safe and accepting place.
Location: 1775 Legacy Way, Columbus, Georgia 31903