Performance

   Museum Theatre  Living History   Oral History

Theatre (Children thru Senior Adult)    Dance     Mixed Media


Theatre-Oral History Programs  Dance  Workshops   Ella Shields  Conferences  What’s New  What’s New 2012

What’s New in 2013 What’s New 2011 Bio   Contact

150th Anniversary of Druid Hill Park Podcast  T’ai Chi  

 

Museum Theatre


I.  Living History


MD Historical Society Players

Living History Program

Civil War in MD

War of 1812


Living History Series

Garrett-Jacobs Mansion


Levy’s Ghost

U.S.S. Constellation


Three Jewish Lives

Saul Bernstein

Ida Rehr

Bessie Bluefeld

Mendes Cohen

Jewish Museum of MD/

Leo V. Berger Immigrant Trunk Program


Three Russian Master Poets & Writers:  Pushkin, Akhmatova & Block

Vivat! St. Petersburg!

Enoch Pratt Library


One-Woman Living History Programs

Chautauqua style

featuring - Harriet Lynn


Ella Shields: The Woman Behind the Man


Ella Gutman Hutzler:

A Personal Tour of Baltimore’s Downtown Jewish Department Stores


  1. II. Oral History Performance


The Carmel Foundation Players

Carmel Life Stories


Emancipation Proclamation:

150 Years Later

Sandy Spring Museum


O, Say Can You Feel..The Flag Story Project

Reginald F. Lewis Museum


Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights

For All the World to Hear

UMBC


Recollections: Life Through Art Baltimore Museum of Art


Reflections

HTAC produced -touring version


East Side West Side Life Stories


Life Stories - Life Lessons


Lessons from Katrina


  1. III. Oral History Media and Mixed Media Productions


Edenwald:  Pioneers


Seniors Speak Out!


Tennis, Everyone!


Tennis, Everyone! RFLM


Oral History Interviews


MD Council for Dance

Debbie London- “Miss Debbie”

Wally Dashiell

Helene Brezeale

Chrystelle Bond


Jim May

Artistic Director, Sokolow Theatre Dance Ensemble

oral history interview

New York City Public Library 

Jerome Robbins Dance Collection at Lincoln Center 


Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin

Founder, Baltimore Jewish Environmental Network

oral history interview

Telling Time Oral History Project

50th Anniversary 2010

Jewish Museum of MD



Lemelson Center

AU Theatre Collaboration

photos by Harriet Lynn

featured on Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American History Blog


Lectures

Here Come the Ladies:

JHU Odyssey Program Spring 2014


Publications


Ella Shields bio

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography


Interviews

Plinth museum online publication

February issue 2014


Readings

An Evening with

Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald

University of Baltimore

2014


SENIOR THEATRE


Carmel Foundation Players

50+ Players

MD Senior Idol

Senior Theatre on QM2


Television


League of Conservational

Voters (national  tv  2014)


Television

Medicare Fraud

National Commercial


Witness” a digital story

by Harriet Lynn

for Story Center


“The Cooking Show

MPT “Crabs”


Theatre - Dance Events


150th Anniversary

Druid Hill Park

October 2010


CHILDRENS THEATRE

(Museum Theatre)


Snowmen of Mars

Port Discovery


Coffee & Comets from the Starlight Cafe

MD Science Museum


Pumpkin Theatre

Harriet Lynn - former Producer/Artistic Director (1996-98)

award winning  non-profit children’s theatre company over 40 years in Greater Baltimore Area

Harriet Lynn as

Ella Shields welcomes you


photo: Paul Hayward

Levy’s Ghost by Lewis Schrager

a Heritage Theatre Artist’s production

Harriet Lynn, Director

USS Constellation, Inner Harbor, Baltimore

Shirley Bishop and Omar Pulliam

Red, Hot and Cole

50+ Players, a Howard County Arts Council program

Harriet Lynn Director & Choreographer

Harriet  Lynn

portraying

Ella Joline Gutman Hutzler

The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion

a program in collaboration with Jewish Museum of MD

East Side West Side Life Stories

an oral history performance

Harriet Lynn, Director

Creative Alliance - Baltimore, MD

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457     cp:  443-630-5312   hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com

   (L to R)  Harriet Lynn & Char Nelson with audience member in conversation

        after “chaos” in Lessons from Katrina program at OHMAR Spring Conference 2008 - Columbia University

Tennis, Everyone!

an oral history documentary

and public program

Reflections

an oral history touring program

(above:  Shindana Cooper)

Broadmead

based on Recollections: Life Through Art Baltimore Museum of Art

Audience members during post-performance Q & A

at Mary Elizabeth Garrett program

with author, Kathleen Waters Sander and actress, Kate Briante, in Ballroom-Theatre

Garrett-Jacobs Mansion