Upcoming Events to Check Out!

Suddenly found yourself with some time on your hands? Feel like exploring and attending events rich with culture? Check out these upcoming events. Hope to see you there!
1)  Wednesday, February 26, 2014  noon  – Howard Community College – Recital Hall
“Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights Movement” – an oral history performance program with participants from the civil rights movement era sharing their stories.
Harriet Lynn, Director – Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium
Free and open to the public
2)  “O Say Can You Feel…”  Oral History Performance Project at Reginal F. Lewis Museum of African American History and Culture
Seeking individuals various ages, ethnic and racial backgrounds willing to participate in a special project that will be presented at the museum and at various sites in 2014. We ask that you share your story about your relationship to your flag.
This program is part of the exhibit “For Whom it Stands”  opening May 17, 2014 at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.  A stipend is available to participants.
Harriet Lynn of the Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium is the director.
Contact Terry Taylor, Education Director at the Reginald F. Museum for information  at  Taylor@maamc.org  for more information
Visit website for more information:   http://www.rflewismuseum.org/whats-your-flag-story
“This project and exhibition has been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland. However, the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission. Sheila Pree Bright’s residency is in collaboration with the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House.”
3)  JHU – Odyssey Spring Program 2014
In honor of Women’s History Month –  “Here Come the Ladies:  Legends of British Music Hall and Vaudeville Entertainment”
Harriet Lynn of Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium provides an entertaining and educational three-part series of three women who were legendary entertainers – including Baltimore’s own Ella Shields and British stars of yesteryear  Vesta Tilley and Marie Lloyd
Also, Harriet Lynn of Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium is interviewed for the February 2014 issue of the online museum publication, Plinth, focusing on museum theatre.
For more information contact:
Harriet Lynn
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