HERITAGE THEATRE ARTISTS’ CONSORTIUM

MISSION STATEMENT

Harriet Lynn as

Ella Shields: The Woman Behind the Man

aboard Cunard Lines  QM 2

Levy’s Ghost by Lewis Schrager

World Premiere  - 2005

Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium

Directed by, Harriet Lynn

aboard USS Constellation

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD

      Life Stories/Life Lessons

   an oral history performance in partnership with

Art on Purpose - Park School, MD

   

   Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium is a professional theatre/entertainment/educational organization founded in 1994 to provide total theatre arts production services including museum theatre, living history, oral history performance, plays, musicals, imaginative, educational programs and “playshops” for museums, historical  societies, theatres, educational and arts institutions, conferences, attractions and special events.

             


  Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium

116 W. University Parkway - Penthouse 3

  Baltimore, MD 21210   USA


http://www.h-tac.com


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

                                                              

Contact Person:  Harriet Lynn, B.F.A., M.S.

Founder/Producer/Artistic Director


     Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium is a subsidiary of Communications-Health/Network, Inc.

CH/N, Inc.  website:       http://www.c-h-n.com


Saul Bernstein: An Immigrant Story

(Grant Cloyd, actor)

directed by Harriet Lynn


Jewish Museum of Maryland


For All the Word to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights

Cast - Preview Nov. 15, 2012

an oral history performance outreach program

UMBC, CADVC


(aka)

Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights


Clara Barton

(Britt Olsen-Ecker, actor)


of Maryland Historical Society Players featured in

Maryland Historical Society's exhibit,

Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War

Harriet Lynn

Co-Production Manager/Director


Clara Barton photo credit:  Ken Stanek

@HTAC1

Bessie Bluefeld

(Terry Nicholetti, actor)

directed by Harriet Lynn


Jewish Museum of Maryland