MAINSTREET THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
By James Still
Directed by Abigail Deser
What happens when hate and violence become normalized? This unique theatrical experience combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Ed Silverberg and Eva Schloss with actors recreating scenes from their lives as young teens during World War II. Both were friends of Anne Frank’s, and we learn firsthand their stories of terrible hardship, survival, and hope against all odds. This production is not just a historic newsreel brought to life on the stage, but also touches on many themes vital to today.
In tandem with the play, we will be hosting two exhibits in our lobby, Childhood Left at the Station: A Tribute to the Children of the Kindertransport on loan from the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum and Heinz Geiringer Paintings, on loan from Iowa’s Danville Station. Local student art will also be displayed. The exhibit will run January 28-February 9, 2020.
For ages 11+
Due to serious subject matter, this production is not suitable for children under 11
Foundation Family Flex Packs
All tickets are only $12.00 each when purchasing 4 or more tickets to any single MainStreet performance
(excluding opening performance)
Foundation Family Saturday
* Specially priced $10.00 tickets available for 2:00 pm performance on February 1st!