“Through the Eyes of a Friend” offers a view into the world of Anne Frank from the perspective of her fictional “best friend” Sarah to witness the pain, loss, and hope of young people during the Holocaust. Sarah is a composite character inspired by the testimonies of individuals who knew Anne Frank as well as other young people who experienced the Holocaust throughout Europe.

This moving program, a poignant portrait of friendship and survival, will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. March 5, at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, 500 W. U.S. 24, Independence.

“Through the Eyes of a Friend” offers a unique multi-media production of theater, digital, and live interaction that creates a high impact and unforgettable journey through history.

This event is offered in partnership with the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education, and is recommended for ages 5th grade and up. Admission is free, but reservations are requested, visit www.trumanlibrary.org and click on the events tab.