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Ms. Harriet Lynn

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Producer and Artistic Director

111 W. University Parkway Penthouse 3
Baltimore , Maryland 21210
United States

Company Description: Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium is a professional arts, entertainment and educational organization founded in 1994 to provide a total consulting, programming,...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • BFA , Dance and Theatre
    The Boston Conservatory
  • MS
  • MS degree , Administration
    University of Maryland University College
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Harriet Lynn | Senior Theatre, 29 Nov 2015 [cached]
Harriet Lynn
Harriet Lynn
Harriet Lynn, BFA, MS, has enjoyed a professional career of over 50 years in the performing arts. This versatile woman has been involved in musical productions, regional theatre, dance, drama, film, radio, television, arts education, museum theatre, oral history performance, senior theatre, children's theatre, an enrichment lecturer/ performing artist on cruise lines, and longtime t'ai chi practitioner and instructor. Ms. Lynn holds a BFA from The Boston Conservatory in Dance and Theatre and a MS in Administration from the University of Maryland University College.
In her earlier 'gypsy years,' Harriet appeared in the Broadway National Companies of Hello, Dolly! as the comedienne, "Minnie Faye", with both Betty Grable and Ginger Rogers companies.
Ms. Lynn is the founder of Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium (HTAC). Since 1994 she has produced and directed numerous museum theatre, living history, oral history performances, and served as the original director for ten seasons of the Howard County Arts Council's senior theatre company, The Fabulous 50+ Players. HTAC's clients include: Baltimore Museum of Art, MD Historical Society, Sandy Spring Museum, Jewish Museum of MD, USS Constitution Museum, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Washington College, Johns Hopkins University, UMBC's Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, Peabody Institute, etc.
She has also been featured in national television commercials (i.e., Medicare) and has presented at regional, national, international conferences including AAM, IMTAL, OHMAR, Senior Theatre USA, among others.
Harriet Lynn is a member of the American Alliance of Museums, International Museum and Theatre Alliance (board member-at-large), Oral History Mid-Atlantic Region (former board member), Maryland Women's Heritage Center, Greater Baltimore Theatre Alliance as well as SAG/AFTRA.
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Harriet Lynn Producer/Artistic Director Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium 85 Ocean Pines Lane Pebble Beach, CA 93953 Cell Phone: 443-630-5312
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Harriet Lynn (Independent Professional, Baltimore, MD) IMTAL - Elections 2012 - Candidate for Member at Large Member Relations - Harriet Lynn
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Harriet Lynn
Harriet Lynn is a communicator in both language and movement. She is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory with a B.F.A. in Dance and Drama and earned a M.S. degree in Administration from University of Maryland University College. Ms Lynn is also a professional speaker, producer, director, actor, choreographer, dancer, playwright, and media trainer throughout an active and diverse career.
Ms. Lynn is a member of the International Museum Theatre Alliance, (IMTAL) and member of such professional unions as the Screen Actors Guild, and longtime member of the *Actors Equity Association and *American Federation of Television & Radio Artists. Ms. Lynn served on the board of OHMAR (Oral History of the Mid-Atlantic Region) and was founding board member of the Baltimore Theatre Alliance and participated actively in the founding of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance. She also serves on the Maryland Women's Heritage Center program committee and consultant to the Carroll's Hundred Foundation project to create a living history venue in Baltimore City.
Ms. Lynn has been a guest lecturer on several cruise lines in such areas as Indonesia, South East Asia, China and Europe.
In 1994, Harriet Lynn, founded Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium providing theatre arts programs for museums, historical societies, theatres and special events. Ms. Lynn has worked with many and various museums in the area of museum theatre including at present the Maryland Historical Society, the Jewish Museum of MD, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Walter Art Museum, the Maryland Science Museum, Port Discovery and others. She produced and directed, a world premiere, "Levy's Ghost", aboard the historic ship, the Constellation. Ms. Lynn is the playwright and performer in her one-woman show, "Ella Shields: The Woman Behind the Man", about a Baltimore-born vaudevillian and world famous British Music Hall legendary male impersonator. Ms. Lynn has performed her one-woman show for audiences in London, Cape May ,Las Vegas, the Queen Mary 2 and recently in October 2011 aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Independence of the Seas and featured as a guest lecturer. Ms. Lynn as "Ella Shields" was one of only ten women chosen throughout the country to participate in the Women Chautauqua Institute (WCI) sponsored by the Missouri Humanities Council with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Ms. Lynn recently authored a biography of Ella Shields at the request of the Oxford University Press for the upcoming 2012 edition of the Oxford Dictionary National Biography.
Ms. Lynn is featured on (Who's Who) on the Senior Theatre website,
Harriet Lynn created and facilitated" "East Side-West Side Life Stories" and "Life Stories/Life Lessons" oral history theatre productions. These programs have been well received and performed at various museums, theatres and national conferences. Harriet Lynn designed "Life Stories-The Playshop"! an oral history theatre workshop and presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) and Senior Theatre League of America's Conference in St. Louis, MO. Ms. Lynn is known nationally for working with older adults in theatre and participated in ReActions in a theatre event in New Orleans using oral history in performance based on stories of survivors of Hurricane Katrina and also presented at a OHMAR Conference at Columbia University. Ms. Lynn served ten seasons as Director of the Fabulous 50+ Players, a nationally recognized senior theatre company, as a program of the Howard County Arts Council and was Executive Producer/Artistic Director of the award winning Pumpkin Theatre, a children's non-profit theatre organization for 1995 - 1998.
In addition, Ms. Lynn has also taught hundreds of individuals over the years how to be effective communicators at the podium, on-camera and interpersonal communications for national government agencies, corporations businesses and educational institutions.
Harriet Lynn, 13 April 2006 [cached]
Harriet LynnArtAge Publications, The Senior Theatre Resource Center
Harriet Lynn has been Artistic Director of the Howard County (MD) Arts Council's Fabulous 50+ Players since 2000.She has directed and choreographed their annual musical production including Red, Hot and Cole, 70 Girls 70, Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill: A Musical Voyage and Perfectly Frank (based on Frank Loesser's music and lyrics.The company has been featured in the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, and other publications.
In 2005-06, Harriet Lynn facilitated and directed, Life Stories/Stories, an oral history program.The senior performers from the Ivy Family Support Center Eating Together Program toured and performed for intergenerational audiences at such sites as the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History and Culture, Towson University, Creative Alliance and the Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region Annual Conference.Contact Harriet for a DVD and visit for a full transcript.
From May 18 - June 2, 2007, Ms. Lynn will co-host a 16-Day Senior Theatre Land & Sea Cruise II, an exciting venture on the NCL's Norwegian Jewel, in Turkey, Egypt and Greek Isles culminating in an exciting Athens theatre program personally designed for this tour by Topus Allou, an Athens, Greece, theatre company.
Harriet Lynn will be joined once again with Travel Passport who partnered with her for the successful NYC-London Senior Theatre Trans-Atlantic Cruise on the QM2 in Summer 2005.
Ms. Lynn has enjoyed a long professional performing arts career including featured roles in National Broadway Companies and continues today performing including her one-woman show, Ella Shields: The Woman Behind the Man, (Ella, Baltimore-born, was also known as "The First Great Grandmother of British Music Hall").
Ms. Lynn is a member of STLA, IMTAL, AEA, SAG, AFTRA, OHMAR (Board Member), BTA and GBCA.She holds a BFA from The Boston Conservatory in Dance and Theatre and an MS degree in Administration from the University of Maryland University College.
Harriet Lynn
Producer/Artistic Director
Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium
116 W, University Parkway, P-3
Baltimore MD 21210
Phone/fax: 410-235-4457
Maryland Humanities Council » Jr., 9 Sept 2013 [cached]
An Oral History, Performance and Digital Humanities Outreach Project of the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC by Harriet Lynn
Harriet Lynn
Harriet Lynn, BFA, MS, (oral historian, performance director/dramaturge for For All the World to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights) is founder/producer/artistic director of Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium. As a museum theatre consultant she works with various museums and educational organizations providing museum theatre, living history and oral history programming since 1994. She is a member of AAM, IMTAL, OHMAR and SAG-AFTRA.
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Harriet Lynn Interview in Plinth IMTAL - Blog
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