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The Diary of Anne Frank, first published in its original Dutch edition in 1947—70 years ago-- documents the lives of two Jewish families living hidden in a secret attic in Amsterdam, Holland between 1942 and 1944, as described through the words of a 13- to 15-year-old girl.  She wrote about the group’s day-to-day survival under constant threat of capture—and worse.  Her writings, intelligent, witty and candid, deal with her relationships with her fellow fugitives; her first love; her ideals and aspirations; her reflections on good and evil; and her hopes for a future that never came.

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The Missouri State University Theatre and Dance Department will present Stephen Sondheim's musical "A Little Night Music" April 6-9 in Craig Hall Coger Theatre. 

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Le Wilhelm who died at age 67 in Long Island, New York in 2013, was a native of Galena, Missouri who received Masters degrees in Theatre from Missouri State University and the University of Florida.  After moving to New York City, Wilhelm enjoyed a 30-year career as a playwright and director, publishing 25 one-act plays.  But it's the unpublished works of Le Wilhelm that garner a lot of attention from area theater companies.  Missouri State University Assistant Professor Dr.

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Missouri State University Theatre and Dance Department presents their spring dance show "Strutting and Fretting", coordinated by Ruth Barnes, choreographed by MSU faculty and danced by students, Friday and Saturday May 1st and 2nd at 7:30pm and Sunday the 3rd at 2:30pm in the Craig Hall Coger Theater.

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Missouri State University Theatre and Dance Department presents one of classical theatre's most enduringly popular comedies, "Tartuffe" by Molière, through Saturday March 28 at 7:30pm, and 2:30pm Sunday the 29th in Craig Hall Coger Theatre.

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