May 12, 2015 at 6pm at the Chapel of Memories
Experience the unimaginable as you enter the world of Anne Frank’s diary and
Secret Annex during World War II. Join eight Jews forced into hiding from the Nazis through the memory of Anne’s mother, Edith Frank. Hear the sounds that both delighted and
terrified them during the critical two years in hiding.
Sharyn Lyon, writer and actress, portrays Edith Frank as she relives the memories of two years in hiding. Hear the stunning sounds of the bombs, air raids, and sirens that penetrated the walls of their only refuge. Listen as Eisenhower delivers his powerful D-Day announcement, and witness the chilling sound of Hitler’s voice. This historical performance will conclude with an interactive question and answer question with Edith Frank.
This 50 minute production is suitable for audiences as young as 5th grade.
It will be held at the Chapel of Memories in
Sam Hicks Monument Park on
May 12, 2015 at 6:00pm.
Admission to this event is free.
Please RSVP by calling the museum at
951-694-6450 or fill out the form below: