Auditions: The Diary of Anne Frank
Dinner Theatre auditions for “The Diary of Anne Frank” are open to the community and church-goers alike. (Actors should be 21 or older with the exception of those 16 and older auditioning for Anne, Margot, or Peter. You do NOT need to attend Christ Wesleyan or any church for that matter.)
Audition dates: February 9 & 10, 2019
Show dates: June 13 – 15, 2019
To prepare for your audition, visit: https://www.cwc.life/event/auditions-the-diary-of-anne-frank/
About the Show:
“The Diary of Anne Frank” is one of the most famous and haunting stories to emerge from the 20th Century. The memoirs of this young Jewish girl, forced to hide for nearly two years to escape Nazi persecution, are an essential part of how we remember one of the darkest periods of our human history.
Wendy Kesselman’s adaptation of the original, Pulitzer Prize award-winning script by Goodrich and Hackett draws from previously unpublished parts of Anne Frank’s real-life diary, allowing the audience to experience Anne in a way that breathes life into this passionate, complex young woman, allowing us to share her relatable experience of adolescence as a familiarly modern teenager.
For nearly two years, Anne, her father, mother, and sister, joined with the Van Daan family, to hide in a secret annex space above her father’s former office in Amsterdam, as the Nazis deported the Jews of Holland to their deaths. In her secret attic, Anne comes of age: she laughs, plays, fights with her mother, and falls in love for the first time. In spite of her oppressive circumstances and the horrors that surround her, Anne’s spirit transcends, as she voices her belief, “in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” Anne’s dynamism, her luminous spirit, and her story of resilience continue to resonate deeply, making her story as vital today as when her diary first was published.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: Pennsylvania
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2019-02-10
This casting notice was posted by: Christ Wesleyan Theatre Productions