The Diary of Anne Frank: Pulitzer-Winning Play at California Theater
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This was a really good production of this amazing play. Danielle Keaton who portrayed Anne did a wonderful job. The rest of the cast was really good as well. The sets and lighting really worked with the presentation of this classic. The sound system however had quite a few problems through-out the production including feedback, missed sound cues, etc. This took away from the overall experience some of the time. This was my first time at the California Theatre in San Bernardino - and it is beautiful! Despite the sound troubles, I'm certain I will return to the California Theatre again.
Hailed as "a new adaptation for a new generation," this classic, true story comes to life in a major theatrical event. When the Frank family goes into hiding to escape the Nazi persecution of Jews in 1940s Amsterdam young Anne records the laughter, grief, hope and fears of their two-year confinement in her diary. The Diary of Anne Frank won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Tony Award for Best Play and the Critics Circle Award.