New York City
On July 6, 1942 the Frank family was forced to go into hiding from the Nazis. Young Anne took her most valuable possession – a small red and white plaid diary – with her. For over two years, Anne wrote about their life, the war and her hopes for the future. The Diary of Anne Frank retells the harrowing, true story of two families forced to hide from the world, three adolescents struggling to find their own identities with World War II raging around them, and the courageous people who risked their lives to protect their very existence.
Recommended for 5th Graders and up.
No children under 3 allowed in the theater (including sleeping babies).