Nov 16, 2012 2:13 PM by Dan Shadwell
The story of the young Jewish girl hiding out with her family in Nazi Germany, comes to life on the stage at Pioneer Valley High School in Santa Maria, for two more performances this weekend.
The high school cast members say they were both fascinated and horrified by the accounts recorded by Anne Frank, during the Nazi round-up and extermination of Jews during World War II.
Frank's diary was discovered after she and her family were killed in a concentration camp as part of the Holocaust.
Performances are tonight and Saturday evening at eight o'clock at the school at 675 Panther Drive.
Tickets are $5 for students, $7 for non-students.
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