October 04, 2019

The Diary of Anne Frank, Tickets on Sale - November 1 & 2

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This fall, Pacifica Arts proudly presents The Diary of Anne Frank. The play is part of Pacifica's fall immersive arts experience, entitled A Call to Conscience, held at The Ebell Theatre in Santa Ana, November 1st and 2nd.

A self-paced, interactive digital and visual art gallery presented by student artists is open from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm each evening, and includes student docents and souvenir programs. Tickets are required to view the gallery.

Next, audiences will move into the theatre for the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, which begins at 7:00 pm on Friday, and 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm Saturday. Premier ticket prices are $30.00, general seating is $15.00, and students, senior citizens, and children under 14 are $10.00. Pacifica does not recommend students under the age of 12 attend the show.

Saturday, November 2 at 5:00 pm - Optional Dinner & TGC Salon with a Holocaust survivor.
On Saturday, A Holocaust survivor will be speaking between shows. Tickets for this special light-dinner event, which includes delicious food and beverages, as well as early admission to the gallery and tickets to the play, are $60.00. As we hear the truth, we can become purveyors of truth. Don't miss this unique and vanishing opportunity to hear from a Holocaust survivor!

DATES & TIMES

Friday, November 1 at 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 2 at 1:00 PM

Saturday, November 2 at 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 2 at 5:00 PM (Dinner with a Holocaust Survivor, Gallery, & clossing 7:00 PM Theatre Production) Bio of special speaker provided below.

LOCATION
Historic Landmark Ebell Club & Theatre
625 French Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

TICKETS
$10.00 Students/Children under 14 
$15.00 General Seat & Gallery
$30.00 Premium Seat & Gallery
$60.00 Special Dinner with Holocaust Survivor, Gallary, & clossing 7:00 PM show

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Saturday Special Dinner Speaker Biography
Solange Pullman-Fisch was one of thousands of "hidden children" in the Holocaust. Born in 1935, her joyful childhood ended in 1940, when World War II started in France. She and her mother ran from village to village across France, desperately fleeing the Nazis. Their lives were ultimately saved through the efforts of various brave and virtuous Christians, known in the Jewish community as righteous Gentiles. Solange, a woman of great backbone, conscience and courage, devotes her life to building bridges of love and fighting bigotry through the sharing of her story. You won't want to miss meeting Solange. Her uplifting account of a lost childhood, and the eventual triumph of hope in the face of evil, will stir your heart. 

Please note: Reserved seating is available through our online Box Office (only when using a computer). All seats are sold on a first-come-first-serve basis. To choose your seats, click on the "choose your seats" link. Additionally, you will need the name and email address for each person you purchase tickets.