Bold, the Musical
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About the Event
Bold reveals the courageous adventures of the women who served in World War II as allied secret agents in occupied France.
In June 1940, after the fall of France, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered the creation of the Special Operations Executive (SOE).
Their goal was to “set Europe ablaze” by helping local resistance movements and conducting espionage and sabotage in enemy-held territories.
The SOE quickly discovered that female agents were especially effective at avoiding suspicion and detection by the occupying German armies.
These agents were the only women from the Western Allies to officially bear arms in action during the Second World War.
They were a band of sisters unlike any seen before.
This musical shines a light on their heroism, and the debt we owe them for their service.