As long as I have been involved with homeschoolers, there has always been a keen interest and involvement in drama and theater arts. This is a great way for students to develop skills in public speaking, self-discovery, team work, creativity, and leadership. The Phoenix area is home to numerous theater organizations, and typically homeschooling students are involved in each venue. Attending this production is a great homeschool field trip idea.
Spotlight Youth Theatre is proud to present
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
[Submitted by Robin Christy}
This community youth theater on the westside has cast four homeschool through high school students in this show, including the principal roles of Anne and Margot. Please come support community theater and the four homeschool actors. This show is recommended for students who are mature enough to read the book.
The story is about Anne Frank, a Jewish teen who hid in an attic with her family and others for several months prior to being captured and executed. Anne recorded the daily life, along with her observations, fears, questions and emotions.
WHEN: February 19th thru March 7th 2010
Fridays @ 7:00pm
Saturdays @ 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Sundays @ 2:00pm
WHERE: Spotlight Youth Theatre
10620 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, 85304
This theatre is located on the NW corner of 43rd Ave. and Peoria, in the buildings behind Denny’s.
COST: Special School Ticket Offer (including home school)
Tickets are $6.00 – students and teachers
This applies to all shows
Must call box office to reserve tickets in advance at 623-242-2611
Regular ticket prices are as follows:
$12.00 – Adult
$10.00 – Child, senior, military and group
$1.00 of every ticket sold will be donated to “The Anne Frank Fund”
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