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Bold in 'er Breeches

The Lady Cavaliers, an all-female stage combat troupe, are pictured here performing a short piece called BOLD in 'er BREECHES, a pirate show  starring Carrie Brewer and Judi Lewis.  Brewer is the subject of an interview with Deborah Klens-Bigman in the Journal of Theatrical Combatives.

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