H. LEE WHITE MUSEUM AND MARITIME CENTER begins planning for “TALES OF THE HARBOR” Mysteries, Myths and Ghost Stories.

Jonel Langenfeld-Rial, SUNY Oswego Professor of Theatre and theatre professional will perform at the upcoming Tales of the Haunted Harbor presented by the H. Lee Marine Museum and Maritime Center. The storytelling event takes place, Friday, August 23, at 7 pm on the West Pier in Oswego. A planning meeting and informal auditions for specific characters will take place Monday, July 29th at the Museum at 6 pm. Pictured are Langenfeld- Rial and several ghouls from 2011. For more information contact the museum at 342.0480.

Jonel Langenfeld-Rial, SUNY Oswego Professor of Theatre and theatre professional will perform at the upcoming Tales of the Haunted Harbor presented by the H. Lee Marine Museum and Maritime Center. The storytelling event takes place, Friday, August 23, at 7 pm on the West Pier in Oswego. A planning meeting and informal auditions for specific characters will take place Monday, July 29th at the Museum at 6 pm. Pictured are Langenfeld- Rial and several ghouls from 2011. For more information contact the museum at 342.0480.

The H. Lee White Museum and MaritimeCenter will offer “TALES OF THE HARBOR” this summer on Friday, Aug 23, 2013, beginning at 7 pm at the Museum’s NYS Derrick Boat No. 8.

 

The tales feature Jonel Langenfeld-Rial, Professor of Theatre and Theatre in Education at SUNY Oswego as the storyteller. Each year she has been incorporating local youth and community members into the cast enhancing the audience’s experience.

 

The planning meeting and informal auditions for specific characters and technical positions for this year’s Tales will be held on Monday, July 29th at the Museum starting at 6 pm.  Children ages 9 and above and adults interested in being involved should come to the information meeting and be prepared to read from a script.

 

“Jonel has made a point to involve local talent in the production. She brings a rich history of performance and storytelling experience to an annual tradition,”

Noted Richard Bush, president of the H. Lee White Museum and MaritimeCenter.

 

The event is sponsored in part by Wayne Drug and NBT Bank, both longtime supporters of the Tales program and the MaritimeCenter.