World War II was a desperate and intense time for everyone, but it was especially devastating to the Jewish people living under Nazi rule. Through direct accounts from Anne Frank’s diary and the heartfelt retelling of her story by her father, Otto, this production offers an engaging and accessible approach to one of history’s darkest chapters. The courage of Anne Frank and her family is the story of the strength of the human spirit in the most challenging times.
Bright Star Touring Theatre provides literary, curriculum-and character-education-based classics that are as entertaining as they are educational. This is its 20th year creating programs that allow the magic of theater to people of all ages who may not always have the chance to see it.
This event is free and open to the public. This is a family event and is appropriate for adults and students in third grade and older.
For questions, please contact Robert Peake at 864-681-7323, ext. 217.