World War Women (Virtual Show performed by Judith Kalaora – Online Zoom)

Event details

  • November 17, 2020
  • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Zoom - see link below
  • (864) 244-1499

Cost: Free

WORLD WAR WOMEN ™ : THE UNSUNG HEROES OF WORLD WAR II

In a never before seen adventure into the stories of the unknown, Judith Kalaora embodies the spirit of women who risked their lives to defeat Fascism in WWII. World War Women is a suspenseful reliving of the triumphs of our greatest heroines. From organizing the Resistance, to blowing up rail tracks, descrambling German Enigma messages, and flying dangerous missions, these stories are not for the faint of heart and may be the most influential and often forgotten victories of the war.


REGISTER FOR: WORLD WAR WOMEN

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing additional information about joining the meeting. If this is the first time you have attended a Zoom event, you may be directed to download the Zoom app. You do NOT need a Zoom account to attend. If when you register you click on add to your calendar, you will have all the information you need to join the event on your calendar.

The event will feature audience Q/A. Everyone who has registered for the event will receive an email with a link to the presentation that will be available for 48 hours only.


Judith Kalaora is a professional educator, actress, and living historian. She graduated Magna cum Laude from Syracuse University and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting, along with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Culture. She attended the Globe Education Program of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London, England.

Judith founded History at Play™ in 2010 to provide educational entertainment, chronicling the lives of lives of influential and often forgotten women. Judith researches, writes, produces and performs.

She also performs as Christa McAuliffe, Dolley Madison, Lucy Stone, Rachel Revere. She has performed in Spartanburg as Deborah Sampson and will perform as Hedy Lamarr in the 2021 June Chautauqua Festival.

For more information: judithkalaora.com