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Anne Frank play to be performed in Thomasville

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February 13, 2007

Thomasville-- Thomasville On Stage and Company will present the pulitzer prize winning performance, based on the Diary of Anne Frank, at the Storefront Theatre downtown.

The director and producer of the Thomasville adaptation says she thinks the story is an important one to bring to Thomasville.

"The things that are going on in the world really havent changed. History's always repeating itself. And when you watch the news people forget lessons already learned. And new generations need to be reminded," said Dory Rountree.

The show will run from this Thursday through Saturday. And again the weeked of February 23 to the 25th.

 

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