Shows that were written and created by Charles R. Hale:

Charles R. Hale Presents: “A Musical History of the Lower East Side”

“Jazz in the City”

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

Charles R. Hale and David Goldman: “New York/A Musical Memoir”

“From Carnegie Hall to the Cell Theatre”

“WWII and New York City: Connecting Time and Place”

“Crossing Boroughs” A Charles R. Hale Production


Charles R. Hale and “M_Unit”

Artist Shows produced and sponsored by Charles R. Hale:


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Luba Mason and Triangle at the Cell

Yuri Juarez and his Afroperuano Band

Miho Hazama and the m_unit

Artistry and Artist: Seunghee Lee at The Cell Theatre…Review by V. Nauheimer

Nicole Zuraitis: Generations of Her…Women Songwriters and Lyricists

Annette Homann and Friends: A Memorable Evening

Niamh Hyland and Band Raise the Roof at The Cell

Piano Virtuoso Harriet Stubbs at The Cell: Review by V. Nauheimer

Mesmerizing JP Jofre and Miho Hazama at The Cell









Charles R. Hale is the cofounder with Niamh J. Hyland of Artists Without Walls: an organization dedicated to nurturing artists and the arts in New York City and beyond.

Artists Without Walls (AWoW) is an organization purposed to inspire, uplift and unite people and communities of diverse cultures through the pursuit of artistic achievement. Through our events and online presence, we aim to inspire, uplift and unite by:

  • Building a multicultural community that springs from “creative chemistry”:
  • Enable the exchange of ideas, methods, and creative concepts by connecting people of various cultures and communities who can learn from each other and collaborate to create something new.
  • Introducing multiple art forms and cultural influences to student groups
  • Creating a safe and supporting environment for sharing and experimentation of various art-forms
  • Providing paid performance opportunities for emerging artists
  • Promoting the work of our members online and help to publicize their events

Artists Without Walls is built on the core idea that the more contact we have with each other in a nurturing and collegial environment, the more collaborative the spirit and the greater the sharing of ideas.

Our growing multicultural community includes singers, dancers, painters, writers, oral historians, poets, and cultural enthusiasts. We are based in New York City with an aim to expand our reach into other cultural centers around the world.

For more information visits Artists Without Walls.