Join the Maryland Veterans Museum and W3R-US to celebrate the unveiling of the new Washington Rochambeau Signs throughout Southern Maryland! Meet the General himself, played by Michael Halbert, enjoy live music, wine and hors-d’oeuvres!
To RSVP, email Cindy Keese at email@example.com
Michael Halbert is a retired civilian defense and military intelligence officer, having served in a variety of foreign engagement postings, including his agency’s representative to the French Services at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, France. He has portrayed multiple historical figures from Samuel de Champlain to William Washington for presentations to school groups, local civic organizations, and historic commemorations. Michael has also appeared in multiple speaking and non-speaking roles for PBS productions, other filmed historical documentaries, live stage performances, and similar roles for Historic Alexandria at many of their events, portraying 1790s Lafayette, Washington, and Attorney General Charles Lee, among others. In addition to Rochambeau, he is also currently engaged in historical interpretation of a variety of researched colonial and Revolutionary figures at sites in Virginia, Washington, DC, and Annapolis, Maryland.