Anonymous Requiem II

Art on Purpose project about love, loss and remembrance/

Harriet Lynn, Facilitator/Coordinator of memorial performance featuring

eleven senior performing and  visual artists

Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD

May 10, 2006 - 5 pm

Father - Son II - choreographed and danced by Harriet Lynn

Dance inspired and dedicated to the late Benjamin Kramer and

his son, Carveth Hilton Kramer

Art on Purpose, producer - Anonymous Requiem II

Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD

May 10, 2006   - 5 pm                                    

Ageless Grace, a celebration of beauty, grace and spirit

produced by Dance Baltimore

Theatre Project

May 1, 2010

also featuring Harriet Lynn as “Ella Shields” performing Burlington Bertie from Bow

Dance review by Harriet Lynn of Men’s Dance/ Talking Loud and Ageless Grace in MD Theatre Guide - Examiner - Baltimore

Maryland Theatre Guide

Harriet Lynn

as Ella Shields

photo credit:

Paul Hayward

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium

116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210

ph/fax: 410-235-4457

Cheryl Goodman & Gary Dunn

co-choreographers and dancers in Fool  Ageless Grace Dance Concert

Estelle Dennis/Peabody Dance Program for Boys

tuition-free dance classes for young males, 9 - 15 years of age  2010-2011 season

Auditions - Monday, May 24, 2010

Three sites 

Roland Park Elementary and Middle School - noon

Patterson Park Public Charter School - 3:00 pm

Peabody Dance Studios in Mt. Vernon Place - 6:00 pm

Community liaison - Harriet Lynn, 410-235-4457

More information contact Peabody Dance Office at 410-234-4626 

Peabody Dance Staff

Barbara Weisberger - Artistic Advisor

Carol Bartlett - Artistic Director  

Alternate Dance Instructors - Meredith Rainey & Timothy Rinko-Gay

Harriet Lynn - Community Liaison 


Philadelphia Inquirer - May 6, 2010  Program Trains Boys for  Careers in Dance

Boys’ Audition for Estelle Dennis/

Peabody Dance Program for Boys

2009-2010 Season