Announcing the Jackson School for the Arts production of The Diary of Anne Frank

Jackson School for the Arts is pleased to present the play The Diary of Anne Frank on Friday, April 7th at 7pm, Saturday, April 8th at 7pm and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm in the Jackson Center for the Performing Arts.  The Diary of Anne Frank is adapted by Wendy Kesselman, based on the original play by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. We present this through special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.
Join our students as they share the story of a young girl coming of age during the Holocaust and the struggles of her family and friends as they hide during the occupation of the Netherlands.
The play features Jackson High School/Jackson School for the Arts students Mary Grace Bentivegna (9th) as Anne Frank, Adam Cline (12th) as Otto Frank, Sarah Haught (11th) as Mrs. Edith Frank, Michaela Huffman (10th) as Margot Frank, Devin Landis (9th) as Peter Van Daan, Zachary Tates (9th) as Mr. Van Daan, Hannah Houston (11th) as Mrs. Petronella Van Daan, Spencer Johnson (9th) as Mr. Alfred Dussel, Peyton White (11th) as Meip Geis and Zachary Buckler (9th) as Mr. Krahler.  The production is directed by Mrs. Stefanie Abbott Fatzinger, Theatre teacher and Theatre Director at Jackson High School and Jackson School for the Arts.
The high school production will be joined by Jackson Memorial Middle School students who will share their projects on the Holocaust in the Jackson High School commons prior to our Friday performance.
Tickets are now on sale online.
Tickets are $9 online and $10 at the door.
Questions regarding tickets may be directed to Susie Gardner at srg2jc@jackson.sparcc.org or 330-837-3501, ext 1462.