Anne Frank, a teenage girl with a vibrant spirit and a gift for writing, chronicles the courage and terror of their life in hiding. Our production, featuring a multi-racial cast, honors this “undeniably moving” (The New York Times) story as it speaks to today’s increasingly nationalistic world.
Community Night tickets are only $29 — February 21st, 22nd, and 23rd
Lively pre-performance discussions about the play with Production Dramaturg Alix Rosenfeld and a member of the artistic team. Add Scoop to your shopping cart with ticket purchase for only $5.
6pm in the Leonard C. Haas lobby on March 21st with Danielle Leneé, March 28th with John Zak
Facilitated post-performance conversations with the cast after Thursday evening performances, excluding previews.
March 1st, 8th, 15th, 29th
Enjoy a prix fixe dinner-and-a-show package at our award-winning restaurant, The Farmhouse Bistro. Theatre ticket and dinner packages start at $81. That's a savings of up to 15% off the single ticket price! You can also add on a prix fixe dinner to any existing ticket order for $40.
Small group conversations will be facilitated by community partners in the upper Leonard C. Haas Lobby, following the 2pm matinee performances on:
February 25th, March 11th
Attendance at all panel discussions is free, but space is limited. To RSVP, please call the box office 610-644-3500 or email Bramucci@peopleslight.org
"Adolescence, Trauma, & Resilience"
March 4th, 4:30-6pm
- Allie Dolan, Center for Excellence in Advocacy Training Coordinator, Support Center for Child Advocates
- Terrell Green, Health Educator | Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC)’s Philadelphia Area Sexual Health Initiative and HEART Study
- Nina Guzman, Founder & Executive Director, Alianzas de Phoenixville
- Karen Moon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
- Rebecca A. Tavangar, Psychotherapist, Trauma Counselor; Greater Phoenixville ACEs Committee member; Chester County ACEs Coalition
"Identity & Tradition"
March 18th, 4:30-6pm
- Rabbi Tiferet Berenbaum, Temple Har Zion (Mt. Holly, NJ)
- Randi Boyette, Director of Education, Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Philadelphia
"Anne Frank: Why Now?"
March 25th, 5-6:30pm
- Lisa Hoffstein, Executive Director, Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
- Jared Jackson, Founder & Executive Director, Jews in ALL Hues
- Cathryn Miller-Wilson, Esquire, Executive Director of Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Pennsylvania (HIAS)
- Robert Nosanchuk, Senior Rabbi, Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, Cleveland, OH
An LED screen near the stage displays dialogue in real-time, simultaneous with live speech and action. No other aspect of the performance is altered.
Every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday performance beginning February 25th
Audio Description headsets provide commentary on the visual aspects of a performance (the set, costumes, and lighting effects, as well as the physical actions and body language of the actors) for our patrons with visual impairments. This supplemental narration interweaves with the real-time, spoken dialogue, so patrons won’t miss a moment of the performance. In conjunction with this service, we will offer pre-performance sensory tours with an opportunity to experience up close and feel certain key props and costume pieces.
The 2pm matinees on: March 10th, 24th, 31st
People's Light welcomes service animals to all performances and offers a designated relief area for their comfort.
Canine Partners for Life will host a pre-performance demonstration session of their work training service animals at 1pm on March 31st, prior to the 2pm matinee