Presenting Two Tales on One Theme Thursday, Nov. 7th at 6:30pm, Friday, Nov. 8th at 7pm and Saturday, Nov. 9th at 3pm and 7pm Hillview Performing Arts Center, 1100 Elder Avenue, Menlo Park For both Helen Keller and Anne Frank, the world outside is inaccessible. In the 1880s, American Helen Keller falls ill and loses her sight, hearing, speech and ability to connect. Roughly 60 years later, Jewish teenager Anne Frank keeps a diary of her life, hiding from the Nazis in Europe during World War II. Both irrepressible young women journey through extraordinary adversity to emerge as lasting symbols of strength and resilience. Each story is about an hour long with an intermission between the two -- Miracle Worker, intermission, then Anne Frank. Join us at the Hillview Performing Arts Center in honoring these extraordinary human beings! Tickets are on sale now! Please note that the show is double cast and many students will be performing only twice.