Walking the Brooklyn Bridge
City Within A City
Albert has delivered New York City tours for over 14 years and it's his passion. He loves to introduce the city to new tourists as well as locals who are interested in discovering the history and development of their own backyard. Albert has an MFA from New York University and you may have caught him on screen or on broadway! He is an actor, singer and dancer and is also a teacher in theatre and dance. Blue Bloods, The Cobbler and Ragtime are just a few of his professional engagements. Albert brings NYC history and neighborhoods to life through his unique way of storytelling, engaging his clients from start to finish. As a professional guide and performing artist, actor and educator, he brings excitement to each tour, connecting the city's history to clients in unexpected ways.
Tristan is born and raised in Brooklyn and is passionate about connecting others to his native city. He holds an interdisciplinary master's degree in American studies and is interested in the evolution of cultures and identities throughout modern history. Tristan has taught ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) across Latin America and New York City for over a decade. As an educator, he believes in experiential learning and hopes to create lasting connections between people, places and history. He is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Ethan Angelica has been working in the arts and culture sector as a tour guide, experience designer, consultant and programmer for nearly two decades. He is the founder of Angelica & Associates, LLC, an audience-building project focused on crafting unique experiences in museums and culture spaces to encourage new attendees. He has created tours of museums, cities and cultural site on every continent except Africa and Antarctica, and worked with organizations as diverse as the National Park Service, the Central Park Zoo, SFMOMA, The National Museums of Norway, California Academy of Sciences, Chicago Cultural Alliance and Te Papa Tongarewa in New Zealand. A seasoned storyteller, Ethan loves to dig for the little-known backstories and unique personal histories that make spaces and places come to life. When he's not leading a tour or designing a new program, Ethan can be found sipping craft beer, strolling his home neighborhood of DUMBO and teaching the Audience Development course as a part of Baruch College's Arts Administration MA program.
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