Camouflage Project to Tour

June 4, 2012

Camouflage Project to Tour


The Camouflage Project, which centers on Britain's Special Operations Executive that employed women agents for the first time in World War II, premiered in May 2011 as a three-part interdisciplinary endeavor including a performance, exhibition and international symposium. A revised production is a 55 minute touring rendering of the original production, which will tour to Maryland this month.

Since its inception, many organizations have supported a future life for the project. A presentation on the project had a very positive reception at a conference last fall held by the National Security Agency's Center for Cryptologic History (CCH). Many current and retired cryptologists expressed interest in the program. CCH is facilitating performance versions of the production at Fort Meade, MD, in June.

In addition, three public performances will take place at the Dance Theatre at the University of Maryland campus June 14-16. A reception for Ohio State alumni in the Washington, DC area is planned for June 14 following the performance.

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