“Elizabeth Newton’s set is situated at the theater’s balcony level, requiring the audience to walk upstairs to a cramped space near the theater’s ceiling to seats ringing the playing area. The actors comfortably go about their routines despite such close scrutiny.” – excerpt from review by Roy C. Dicks for The News and Observer
“Elizabeth Newton has created a somber, all-too-intimate set, in which audience and performers seem never separated and these pitiful lives seem to adhere to us like Gorilla glue. ” – excerpt from review by Martha Keravuori for Triangle Arts and Entertainment
The Diary of Anne Frank was recently reviewed by several Raleigh area publications. We are very proud of the work we’ve presented and are thankful for such positive feedback. You can find the complete reviews at the following links:
The Diary of Anne Frank production photos can be found here.