THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

ON STAGE

No Other Theatre in the World has Produced it More…

For over 27 years, JET has produced "The Diary of Anne Frank" for student audiences. In 2020, over 11,000 students attended the matinees at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and 4,500 students in Phoenix, AZ attended our first national tour of the play in what will now be an annual event.

 

Over 200,000 students have participated in this life-changing, theatrical experience, and it is scheduled to return to the Berman Center for the Performing Arts in West Bloomfield, MI March 7-18, 2022 and the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in Arizona Jan 31-Feb 11, 2022.

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The Diary of Anne Frank is coming to a city near you!

To book your class,

Call 248-788-2900 or email administration@jettheatre.org

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Jan 31- Feb 11, 2022
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March 7-18, 2022

A CONVERSATION WITH ANNE FRANK

An Original, Virtual Classroom Experience

 

Click Here for more Info

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Antisemitistm's Real Name: Jew-Hatred

By Joel Gershenson

The lid is off on Jew-hatred in America. If that doesn't scare us, it certainly should. We can try to justify this danger any number of ways. It's an issue based on politics. It's all about people's views on the Israeli/Palestinian issue. It's relevant to our concern about Critical Race Theory and the issue of Caucasians and our relationship to people of color. 

Well, let's take a look back in history. Jew-hatred has been a permanent feature for Jews for thousands of years. Before party politics, the Israel/Palestinian issue and Critical Race Theory, there has been the desire to eliminate the Jewish people. Unfortunately, it has also been existent in the United States since its inception. It has just never been as open and omnipresent as it is today. 

Have we forgotten our history, our courageous and successful battle for survival against impossible odds? Standing together, caring for and about each other has been an important force against our oppressors, which include the Greek and Roman Empires. They are gone and we remain. A miracle!

What does it take to admit the truth about the real cause of Jew-hatred and for our generation to take its place beside our ancestors in this fight for our survival and that  of future generations who can look and learn from our example?

We are a link in a continous chain of Jewish history. Let us not be the ones to break that chain, to fail our people.

Printed in the Detroit Jewish News. July 29, 2021.