Ep. #67: Like the Time I Rebelled By Repeatedly Flipping Light Switches On and Off

Tamar Anitai (right), posing with her sister in their Shabbat whites.

We are in uncharted waters right now, and while we are all doing our best to deal with the current global pandemic, it’s important we still find ways to go to our happy places.

For Tamar Anitai that includes memories of her summers at Kutz Camp (among a couple others), where she spent most of her formative high school years.

We discuss the qualities that made Kutz such a unique camping entity, it’s ability to draw out the non-conformists from around the country, and of course we talk about (because it’s damn near impossible not to) how we are dealing with the current coronavirus crisis and how camp fits into how we cope.

Don’t waste a minute, take a listen!

Episode links:
RIP Kutz Camp
Tour Patti LuPone’s Basement

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