Diary of Anne Frank

A powerful true story, adapted for the stage, recounting the experiences of Anne Frank, a Jewish teenager, and seven others in hiding during the Holocaust.  Set in the secret annex of an Amsterdam office building, this play shows the courage, resilience, and day-to-day realities of its occupants, seen through the eyes of young Anne.  Anne navigates the complexities of the relationships with her family, a blossoming relationship with Peter, and the ongoing anxieties of their situation, until a tragic conclusion when their refuge is discovered.  Exploring themes of identity, resilience, and hope under harrowing circumstances, this profoundly moving play provides a compelling look into the human spirit and endurance.  


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EXTEND IT!- Learn more with additional Resources about Anne Frank, the Holocaust, and other recent and historical genocides. 


Websites for young people to learn more about the Holocaust, other genocide atrocities, and how to prevent them from happening again.

 Anne Frank House Website- virtual tours of the annex, historical resources, lesson activities, and more

  The Genocide Education Project- learn about some of the genocide events in recent history

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

United Nations Office of Genocide Prevention

Brittanica Kids Article About Genocide - information about genocide in simple student friendly language