New this year and requiring a separate ticket, Judith Kalaora returns in “World War Women: The Unsung Heroines of WWII,” a suspenseful retelling of the triumphs of some of the greatest heroines of World War II, from members of the Resistance who blew up rail tracks and rescued downed RAF pilots, to women who flew dangerous missions of their own.
This special dramatic performance will last about an hour and a quarter and will take place immediately after the wrap up session and will be held in the same room, so it’s very convenient.
Last year Judith presented a stirring excerpt of “A Revolution of Her Own,” about the life of Deborah Sampson. (If you weren’t able to see Judith’s session last year you’ll find an excerpt from “A Revolution of Her Own” here.)
If tickets are still available the day of the performance, you’ll be able to buy them at History Camp, but if you want to be guaranteed a seat, purchase your ticket ($15) when you register. (You will see it as an option with you register.)