The Diary of Anne Frank
Directed by Marla Williams
Produced by Lisa Billing
Stage Manager Kirsten Peninger
Oct. 30 & Nov. 6, 2016 at 2:00pm
Doug Browell, Kate Charlesworth-Miller, Julie Emmert Silvius, Jessica Greenwald, Mackenzie Joseph, Randy Lenhart, Casey Merkey, Patrick Petrilla, James F. Petsche, & Molly Watson
In this gripping new adaptation, newly discovered writings from the diary of Anne Frank, as well as survivor accounts, are interwoven to create a contemporary impassioned story of the lives of people persecuted under Nazi rule.
Suggested for audiences ages 13 and older.
Purchase tickets online or call 614.360.1000.
Inside Curtain Players
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Got Rehearsal? Bringing 'Anne Frank' Into the Light
Updated: October 19, 2016
- Spotlight: MemBOOship Meeting Oct 23 (Costumes?)
- Oct 20: 'Anne Frank' Talk Back October 30
- Oct 17: Director App Deadline Extends to Oct 21
- Oct 14: BroadwayWorld Taking Reader Nominations
- Oct 13: Members to Vote on Board Expansion
- Oct 13: Anne Frank Exhibit On View at Library
- Oct 11: 'Green Gables' Begins Rehearsals
- Oct 10: Legacy & Renew Drive Halfway to Goal
- Oct 09: Second Wave of Volunteers on Set Build
- Oct 08: Anne Frank Program at Library October 13
- See all Curtain Players news. >
In the Spotlight
MemBOOship Meeting Oct 23 (Costumes?)
THIS JUST IN: Upping the fun factor, Curtain Players coming to the Sunday October 23 general meeting are encouraged to come in costume and bring treats to share. President Jill Taylor hopes for an evening that will allow for social interaction and networking in addition to the agenda. New volunteers are welcome.
The Curtain Players Board of Directors remind its community in theatre of a membership meeting Sunday October 23. The gathering is set for 6:30 PM at the 5691 Harlem Road playhouse. New volunteers and those interested in learning more about the organization are encouraged to attend.
According to President Jill Taylor, the agenda is expected to include an announcement of plans for the community theatre’s return to Westerville’s Alum Creek Park amphitheater for an outdoor production in June 2017. Curtain Players and the City of Westerville Parks & Recreation Department staged Robin Hood and the Secret of Sherwood in the park last June. The success of that production prompted the board to approve a similar production next summer.
There is one vote planned. The board is asking a decision on a by-laws change that will increase the number of elected board members from the current six to eight beginnig with the 2017-2018 season.
A membership meeting is a rally of Curtain community members – veterans and newcomers – not only to organize a production team for that theatre-in-the-park project, but to also update members on company news, solicit volunteers for committees, initiatives, and events, to vote on proposed by-laws changes, and to network.