VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE The Motown Story

Join us for a performance previously recorded at Hudson Valley Community College featuring Donald “The Soul Man” Hyman, with Sheila London and Cheryl Glenn in an evening of classic Motown hits. Q&A session with Donald Hyman will follow the performance.

Donald  Hyman is  Brooklynite who now calls ALBANY home. He has  a BS from the St Francis College,  MA in Urban Studies and MS in Secondary Education from Long Island University. He is currently Vice- Chairman for CHANNEL ALBANY and has produced "ALBANY TEMPO SPECTRUM" for 8 seasons. He  currently works at Montessori  Magnet School in Albany.  He was professor  in the American Studies Department at the College of St. Rose for 6 years. Hyman has performed in venues throughout the capital region including MLK Celebration SARATOGA,  Proctors, The Palace, The Eden Café  Juneteenth,  Schuyler Mansion , SLOC, Albany Civic Theater, Tang Museum,  Skidmore College, Siena College Opalka Gallery .   He has acted with Black Theater Troupe of Upstate NY,  Soul  Rebel Performance Troupe,  Ira Aldridge Theater Ensemble, Essence of Acting  and First Israel Male Choir. Hyman has performed in "FENCES", LESSON BEFORE DYING, CAMP LOGAN, THE EXONERATED, OF MICE AND MEN, THE FULL MONTY,  and can be seen in the History Channel series "The Revolution."

REGISTRATION CLOSED: If you are interested in attending the event, please send your email address to: waldronv@albanyinstitute.org.

The presentation will be offered via Zoom with a live Q&A session. All participants will receive the Zoom link one hour before the lecture to the email used during registration

Saturday, February 6 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Go back