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Thursday, 24 April 2014 08:21

Anne Frank a big hit at Rosebud Theatre

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Audiences have been flocking to Rosebud this spring to see The Diary of Anne Frank and haven’t been disappointed.

As one of the fastest selling spring shows, patrons have been leaving the theatre feeling inspired and responding with many positive reviews about the production.
With less than a month left (only 20 more shows), Director, Paul Muir, encourages people to book tickets if they haven’t already.
“This story is deeply moving because it delivers an authentic truth about a very significant historical character during a horrific time that is not that different from some things that are going on in the world today. It’s an inspiring story full of heart and hope and was meant to be told again and again.”
Here are a few comments by audience members of The Diary of Anne Frank at Rosebud Theatre:
“This production was particularly powerful. The actors were excellent. The audience was drawn into the attic and felt the suspense as the play went along. I liked the way the intermission was handled. Thanks for the historical summary in the booklet...a good read and keepsake. Looking forward to the next productions.”
“The quality of the acting was exceptional, the actors were able to keep us so present within the story, we were taken by the emotions, not able to move out of our seats.”
“The Diary of Anne Frank may have been written 60 years ago but in its current incarnation at Rosebud it has lost little of its power to entertain, enlighten and move us deeply. **** (Out of five) – “ Louis Hobson, Calgary Sun
The Diary of Anne Frank plays until May 17, Wednesdays through Saturdays at the Rosebud Theatre Opera House and tickets are selling quickly. Tickets are $69.30 for adults and include the delicious buffet meal at the Rosebud Mercantile before the show.
Senior, student, child and group pricing are also available. The evening performances are at 8:00pm with meal seating times between 5:3-6:30 p.m. and matinees are at 1:30 p.m. with meal seating times between 11 a.m. and noon. Reserve tickets online at or call the Box Office at 1-800-267-7553.

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