The Diary Of Anne Frank -symbolism-
By: Makenzie Rogers
The Yellow Star of David
Anne: What are you doing?
Peter: Taking it off. Anne is confused why Peter is taking his star off.
Anne: But you can't do that. They'll arrest you if you go out without your star. - Anne is concerned for Peter.
Anne: (She picks up the knife and starts to take her star off.) - Anne starts to follow Peter, but when she goes to throw it in the fire she can't do it, and she doesn't know why.
Anne: (she starts to throw hers in, and cannot.)
Anne: A diary! I've never had a diary. And I've always longed for one. - Anne is thrilled to have gotten a diary from her father, especially since she has never owned one before.
Anne starts to write in her diary - This is the first time the audience hears what Anne is writing in her diary.
(The lights dim to darkness. The curtain falls on the scene.Anne's voice comes to us faintly at first, and then with increasing power) - This is when Anne is writing in her diary and you can hear what she is saying.