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  “Harriet Lynn’s performance as Ella Shields is energetic, entertaining and educational.    I recommend it”.


Larry Gard, Artistic Director, Carpenter Science Theatre Company

Former President, International Museum Theatre Alliance



“The presentation was entertaining…dynamic and thought provoking…

A wonderful way to tell a story”.

         Lynn Ashton, Educational Director, Guernsey Museum, U.K.


“… such style and verve”!

David Mosley, Platform 4 Theatre National Railway Museum, York, UK


   Blanche Cohen Sachs - Winner of “Woman                        Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields                 (L to R) Marlyn Robinson, Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields,

   Words”  Essay Program in The Beacon and                        on-stage in Ballroom-Theatre                                              and Mark Beachy

       Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields on sofa at                               at Garrett-Jacobs Mansion

    post- performance tea in library benefiting                                                                                                                                                                                                              

         Maryland Women’s Heritage Center

                                                           

                                                                                                                                 

Sunday, April 15, 2007 Harriet Lynn’s portrayal of Ella Shields was the fourth and final of the

Baltimore Living History Theatre Fall ‘06 - Spring ‘07 Series presented by

Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium in partnership with Friends of the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion.

Each program was elegantly featured in the Ballroom-Theatre  in the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion at

11 W. Mount Vernon Place in the Mount Vernon Historic District, Baltimore, MD.


This program also supports the

Maryland Women’s Heritage Center  www.mdwomensheritagecenter.org

WOW Performance/Tea/Talk/Tour to benefit MD Women’s Heritage Center

and sponsors include Roland Park Place, The Wesley Home, and media sponsor, The Beacon.

Some comments from audience members for the Ella Shields  program featured in the               

Baltimore Living History Theatre Series at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion.


Congratulations!  You were fantastic!  Thanks for sharing your excellent talent.

Wilhemina Burress


That was quite a tribute to Ella Shields.  It was so engrossing that time seemed to stand still.

It didn’t feel like that much time had gone by once you started, and next thing the show was over.

George Spicka


My wife and I attended today’s performance and you were delightful. 

We thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and singing.

Gerald Hammond

                                                

Most delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Baltimore. 

Miss Shields was wonderful.  

B.L.


          

For bookings or further information: 410-235-4457 hlynn@umbc.edu  www.h-tac.com 


            
     

The Wesley

Assisted Living Residence

and Skilled Nursing Center

                          
             
    
                                                                            
 

Harriet Lynn

as

Ella Shields


photo:

Paul Hayward

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457        hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com