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It is May 2, 1775 and Rachel Revere has only heard from her beloved husband Paul once since his legendary midnight ride on the 18th of April. Still isolated from one another due to the Siege of Boston, Rachel desperately tries to create a plan which shall safely take her children: six step-children from Paul’s first marriage and a newborn baby of their own, from the reach of the British Regular Army in Boston. In this program, you will help Rachel, as she carefully considers the dangers and demands of each plan. Find out if Rachel is successful in her perilous mission to unite her family, amidst the wake of an American Revolution.
Judith Kalaora is a professional educator 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™, LLC in 2010 to provide educational entertainment, chronicling the lives of influential and often forgotten women. Judith researches, writes, produces, and performs and has fomented Immersive Living History to engage audiences worldwide, breaking the mold for hi-calibre livestream and in-person historically accurate educational events and social activism.
Rendezvous with Rachel Revere is brought to you by History At Play. www.HistoryAtPlay.com.
Hosted by the Westford Historical Society in partnership with the Westford Colonial Minutemen and Col. John Robinson Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and sponsored by the Westford Cultural Council