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Survivors from Bosnia, Rwanda, and the Armenian genocides bring Anne Frank's story to the stage.

Anne Frank's story of hope in the face of evil is celebrated by a multi-ethnic cast of young people, each of whom have had their own experiences with ethnic cleansing, and survived their ordeals by embracing Anne's philosophy of "thinking themselves out" of their situations.

The on-stage characters who portray the figures in Anne's diary come from a variety of eras and conflicts. They include survivors of the Armenian genocide in 1915, the Bosnian civil war of the 1990s, and the ethnic cleansing in Rwanda. Together, they emphasize that Anne Frank's family was one of many families throughout history who suffered the ignorance and hatred of mobs, putting the Frank's World War II experience into an even larger historical context.

Anne Frank is available as a "field trip show" in Chicago and surrounding suburbs or on tour to your school. To make a booking for your group for one of those performances, just click here.

To download the study guide, please click here.

CHICAGO - April 4, 2018
Irish American Heritage Ctr
10:30 am | $8.00
LAKE COUNTY - April 9, 2018
College of Lake County
10 am | $8.00
KANE COUNTY - April 13, 2018
Arcada Theater (St Charles)
10:30am | $8.00
PALATINE - April 19, 2018
Cutting Hall
10 am | $8.00

$990 each performance