There's no better way to describe what our Girls High School students did tonight. Their rendition of The Diary of Anne Frank was authentic, insightful, harrowing, and moving. It transported an audience of a hundred and fifty adults back to the attic of an office building in war-torn Amsterdam and deep into the heart and mind of a precocious thirteen year-old Jewish girl. It told a story of suffering and a story of hope. A story of destruction and a story of survival.
It was another masterful production by Dr. Kutliroff and another exceptional performance by our girls. It was everything The Diary of Anne Frank was intended to be.