This is the story of Deborah Sampson, a remarkable woman whose life is largely ignored by most historical texts. She was known as the “Secret Soldier,” the American Revolution’s only acknowledged female combat veteran. A descendant of William Bradford and Miles Standish, Deborah Sampson spent her childhood in poverty and was sold into indentured servitude. Anne Pasquale and her accompanist bring this story to life through interactive re-enactments and storytelling. Students will understand the plight of the colonies and the need for revolution through the eyes of this extraordinary young woman. This performance, highlighted by stage combat and live music of the period, is a perfect accompaniment for anyone studying colonial history or the American Revolution.
Audience Limit: 250
Program Length: 45 min.
Appropriate For Grade(s):
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
Assembly Price: $680
Assembly Two-in-a-Row Price: $940
Travel Fee: $75 per day
3 small desks and 4 chairs. Prefer to be on stage. Stage right needs masking for the musician (this could be a curtain or a table on its side).
National Arts & Humanities Month
Arts Appreciation Month
American History Month
Women’s History Month
Visual & Performing Arts
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