The Diary of Anne Frank | Feb 28 – Apr 28, 2017
By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett; Directed by Ellen Fenster
Recommended Grade Level: 7–12
The Setting: Amsterdam, Holland, 1942–1944
Suggested Areas of Study and Discussion: The Holocaust, World War II, Jewish Religion and Culture, German Language and Culture, Genocide in the 20th Century: Rwanda, Darfur–the First Genocide of the 21st Century
The Story: In this account of eight Jews hiding in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, Anne Frank emerges from history as an inspiring and intensely gifted young woman. Your students are sure to be moved by this important story of a young woman whose imagination and whose hope would not be stifled by her confinement. The hiding and arrest of the Frank family will help bring the realities of the Holocaust more directly into your classroom
Performance Length: 2 ½ hours (Including Intermission)
Location: Park Square’s Proscenium Stage
Park Square Theatre Study Guides are created for teachers by teachers to introduce students to the world of the play.
The guides contain a plot summary, character information, and activities and articles that help establish the historical, literary and cultural context of the play. Study Guides are designed to be classroom-ready, allowing educators to duplicate materials for easy distribution to students.
We also offer modified Guides to help prepare EL students.
Mainstream Guide — view/download
Modified Guide — view/download
Student Matinee Ticket Pricing
Student Tickets: $15
Chaperone Tickets: One free for every 20 students (Additional chaperones $15)
- To assist you with your planning we can divide your school’s invoice into two easy payments.*
- Payments can be made by check or credit card
- Credit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
- Please note that Park Square Theatre cannot accept individual checks from students
*dependent on time of booking
Please contact Megan Losure
Most matinees 10 am – some later by arrangement