CHARLES R. HALE at LEHMAN COLLEGE: BRINGING HISTORY, MUSIC and STORIES to LIFE

Charles R. Hale will be presenting “Bringing History, Music and Stories to Life in a Digital World,” at Lehman College on Thursday, September 7th, 12:30pm, in the Studio Theatre at Lehman College in the Bronx. This is a free event. 

For directions, to the Studio Theatre, which is located in the Speech and Theatre Building on the Lower Level at Lehman College, click here.  

 

ABOUT CHARLES R. HALE PRODUCTIONS

 

“Jazz in the City” — A Charles R. Hale Production.

In a place like New York City, experiencing the past can be illusive…things often disappear…but there are exceptions. You might gaze into a mirror in some gin mill, perhaps the same mirror your great grandfather gazed into seventy-five years ago. A neon sign your grandmother walked under fifty years ago may show up as a wall decoration in your favorite eatery. A statue your mother noticed in front of City Hall may end up in a Brooklyn cemetery. That’s New York. 

Hearing the music they listened to, seeing images of the sights that surrounded them and hearing the extraordinary stories of the ordinary folks who came before us, provides a roadmap to life as a New Yorker in another era and time.
 
Charles R. Hale Productions aims to capture the spirit of the past through, live music, dance, theatre pieces and imagery from the nineteenth century when immigrants were arriving by the thousands, through the twentieth century when New York was exploding with energy and beginning to shape our future.  

 You can experience the uniqueness that is New York through our: 
 
            •          Theatrical performances
            •          Film
            •          Musical concerts
            •          Hosting/Emceeing/Curating events 
            •          Staging of Corporate Events

 Charles R. Hale Productions:

“Crossing Boroughs” at the Museum of the City of New York

Laura Neese in “New York City: A Shining Mosaic” at Pier A Harbor House.

Niamh Hyland in “A Musical History of the Lower East Side” at BMCC Tribeca.