THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

ON STAGE

No Other Theatre in the World has Produced it More…

For over 25 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 100,000 students have participated in this life-changing, theatrical experience, and it is scheduled to return to the DIA and Phoenix as soon as possible.

A CONVERSATION WITH ANNE FRANK

An Original, Virtual Classroom Experience

 

In order to continue to deliver the message of tolerance and hope to our student participants, JET has developed an original, virtual production, A Conversation with Anne Frank.

 

In collaboration with educators, technicians, performers, and an award-winning playwright, JET is able to bring Anne Frank herself into the lives of students in their own homes or classrooms. This interactive experience is designed to not only educate, but to allow the students to share their own experiences of isolation, discrimination, and growing up in a challenging world.

 

Developed during the pandemic of 2020, A Conversation with Anne Frank will continue to be offered to schools throughout the country as an in-classroom experience.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BOOKING
A CONVERSATION WITH ANNE FRANK
FOR YOUR CLASS
CALL 248-788-2900.

The Henry S. and Mala Dorfman Family Foundation

Phillip and

Elizabeth Filmer

Memorial

Charitable Trust

1124 East West Maple

Walled Lake, MI  48390

248-788-2900

Box office hours:

M-F 10 am - 3 pm

One hour before curtain on show days.

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Since its inception, The Jewish Ensemble Theatre has used its stage to explore and confront issues of humanity. As a theatre of social conscience, we have stood--and will always stand--for inclusion, fairness, justice, and most importantly, equality.

 

Bigotry, racism, intolerance, discrimination and prejudice in society is intolerable, which is why JET has worked for 31 years to educate our youth and engage our audiences in these vital issues. JET will continue to honor its guiding principles in this regard.