Grant Cloyd as “Saul Bernstein”

directed by

Harriet Lynn

Immigrant Trunk Program

Jewish Museum of Maryland

available now for bookings at JMM


To learn more about the Leo V. Berger Immigrant’s Trunk or to book a performance, please contact Elena Rosemond-Hoerr / erosemondhoerr@jewishmuseummd.org.

Harriet Lynn

Project Director

Maryland Historical Society Players

Outreach Program

Maryland Humanities Council

2012 grant recipient


MHS Players Reopens in “Divided Voices: Maryland in Civil War” Gallery at MdHS

April 14, 2012


Maryland Historical Society Players

Outreach Program Kicks Off

May 26 - Sotterley Plantation

http://www.sotterley.org/

sponsored by

MD Humanities Council


MD Historical Society Players

150th Anniversary of Antietam

September 15, 2012

receives national coverage and featured on

Student News Net


contact Harriet Lynn, Outreach Project Director at

410-235-4457 or hlynn@umbc.edu

for bookings and further information

or Elizabeth Stafford at MdHS

410-685- 3750    ext. 337

or estafford@mdhs.org

Christopher Kinslow as John Wilkes Booth

photo credit: Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun

Britt Olsen-Ecker

as

Clara Barton

photo: Ken Stanek

Harriet Lynn

of Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium

elected to Board Member-at-Large for

International Museum Theatre Alliance

IMTAL - Americas

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

Harriet Lynn

presenting “Tennis, Everyone”! program

at Oral History Mid-Atlantic Region

with Jean Powell, Tennis Pioneer

Generations of Oral History

(OHMAR) Conference- April 11-12,  2012

Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Baltimore, MD


Tennis, Everyone!” oral history project

about tennis pioneers of Druid Hill Park


Harriet Lynn author of new bio of

“The Indomitable”

Ella Shields

for  Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2012

http://www.oxforddnb.com/public/dnb/103417.html


Ella Shields: The Woman Behind the Man

one-person performance available

for bookings. Contact Harriet Lynn,

410-235-4457  hlynn@umbc.edu

Harriet Lynn

“Ella Shields:

The Woman Behind the Man”

Royal Caribbean

Independence of the Seas

September -October 2011

Ella Shields

Harriet Lynn

Presents T’ai Chi for the Performing Artist

at

MedChi’s Conference

 Help for the Injured Musician, Dancer and Actor: 

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Healthy Performance

Saturday, March 24, 2012     9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

MedChi building

1211 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland

MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society

1799 Celebrating 200 Years of Service 1999

 

Baltimore City Senior Citizens Poetry Contest 2012

in honor of Ruth Garbis (nee Rochkind), 1920-2011

Harriet Lynn, Project Director

sponsored by Baltimore City Dept. of Recreation & Parks- Senior Citizens Division

Contact Harriet Lynn 410-235-4457  hlynn@umbc.edu

or Cathy Casale cathy.casale@baltimorecity.gov

410-396-2920

October 20  2:30 pm  Enoch Pratt Free Library - Poe Room

Ruth Garbis (nee Rochkind)

Feb. 3, 1920-July 18, 2011

RUTH GARBIS- I LOVE BALTIMORE POEM

by Ruth Garbis

first place

Baltimore is Best Senior Citizens Poetry Contest 1985

Jean Powell, Tennis Pioneer, at OHMAR Conference 2012

Harriet Lynn

oral historian/documentarian, “Tennis, Everyone”! at OHMAR Conference 2012


Maryland Historical Society’s

In Full Glory Reflected:

Maryland During the War of 1812

June 2012 - 2014


Museum Theatre in Gallery

Harriet Lynn and Dale Jones

Co-Producing Managers/Directors

FOR ALL THE WORLD TO HEAR
Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights

visit here for 2012- 2013 community venues 
An Oral History, Performance and Digital Humanities Outreach Project of the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC

For All the World to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights, is a dynamic humanities project in which approximately a dozen senior citizens from the Baltimore area will tell, write, perform and digitally publish personal stories about their involvement with the struggle for civil rights.
Harriet Lynn, oral historian, is the director of this project working with participants who will share and perform their stories in 2012-2013 at various museums, colleges and other venues.  This program is supported by the Maryland Humanities Council and in tandem with the traveling exhibit, For All The World to See, when it is at Univeristy of Maryland Baltimore County,  Baltimore, MD.
November 15, 2012  - March 10, 2013

http://www.umbc.edu/cadvc/foralltheworldtohear.phphttp://www.umbc.edu/cadvc/foralltheworldtohear.phphttp://www.umbc.edu/cadvc/foralltheworld/http://livepage.apple.com/shapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1shapeimage_2_link_2

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights is organized by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County in partnership with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

AAM Annual Meeting

Minneapolis


May 2012


while in attendance Harriet Lynn

interviewed about her work

by Julianna Olsson

Visit:

The Juli Theory

A blog About exhibits, experiments

and other explorations

Eve of Battle

by Norah Worthington

Directed by Harriet Lynn

featuring

Maryland Historical Society Players

Britt Olsen Ecker & Christopher Kinslow

A Sailor’s Story

written & directed by

Dale Jones

featuring

Maryland Historical Society Players

Roderick Howard II

Lu Coleman

FATWTH participant

photo:  Harriet Lynn

Robert Houston

FATWTH participant

photo:  Harriet Lynn

For All the World to Hear will be featured at the

American Alliance of Museums Conference

May 19-22, 2013    Baltimore, MD


Storytelling from Page to Stage: An Oral History Community Project

was selected by the AAM Program Committee from a record number of over 600 proposals


For All the World to Hear Cast

UMBC Commons

Preview November 15, 2012