Anne Frank Comes to Suburban Stage and Library
Anne Frank’s story is a window into history that shows where anti-Semitism can lead. Twenty million copies of her diary have been published in more than fifty languages. The stage version first premiered on Broadway in 1955. A newly-adapted screenplay is being presented by Curtain Players this Fall. Curtain Players, located in Galena, is roughly 20 minutes from each of the Northeast suburbs of Columbus, assuring broad exposure to new audiences. A Reading and Writing with Anne Frank exhibit will be on display at the Westerville Public Library through November 13, 2016, thanks to underwriting from the Columbus Jewish Foundation. In addition, John Koenigsberg will tell of his experiences as a Dutch child survivor of the Holocaust. Tickets here.