Seattle Children's Theatre
201 Thomas Street, Lower Queen Anne, Seattle
Join TeenTix and Seattle Children's Theatre for an evening of food, connection, and a deeper look into the story of a powerful and hopeful young woman.
The night begins with a dramatic connection workshop on the themes of the show, followed by a kosher dinner (RSVP here!). Then, please join us for a post-show discussion with members of the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s Student Leadership Board. In conversation with SCT Teaching Artist Maddie Napel, students will discuss the resonance of the play’s impact in 2019.
Reservations for the workshop and dinner are required, and this RVSP form is for reservations for the complimentary workshop and dinner only. For tickets to the show itself, TeenTix Members can call the SCT Ticket Office Phone at 206-441-3322 to RSVP, or purchase tickets at the Ticket Office the day of the show based on availability with a valid TeenTix Pass.
ABOUT THE SHOW
This sobering true story of eight people living in hiding in Nazi occupied Holland during World War II, as seen through the eyes of 13-year-old Anne Frank, comes to SCT as a co-production with Indiana Repertory Theatre. Anne’s words reach out to us over the generations, inspiring us to never forget, to never give up on the power and goodness of the human spirit, and to always “fill life with living.”
5:15 – 6:15 - Attend a workshop on the themes of the show
6:15 – 6:45 - Enjoy a kosher dinner before the performance
7:00 – 9:30pm - See The Diary of Anne Frank (including one 15-minute intermission)
9:30 – 9:45pm - Stay for a post-show panel with the Holocaust Center for Humanity Student Advisory Board