Collaborate with Us
Did you know you can contract History Alive, Inc. to provide actors, costumes, props and location scouting services for your television, film or custom designed projects?
Services We Offer
Available to Television, Film, Theatre and Custom Designed Programs
At various live events, our actors have portrayed people from many different episodes of New England history including:
Sarah Parker Remond
William Howard Taft
Mary Peabody Mann
Reverend John Hale
And many others.
We enjoy custom crafting theatrical experiences for fundraisers, galas, commemorations and other events.
Our C.V. with Other Companies
The list of people we’ve portrayed quadruples for film and television. We’ve worked with Frontline, American Experience, TLC’s “What Not To Wear”, The Travel Channel, The Discovery Channel, Discovery Kids, The Home and Garden Channel, National Geographic Channel, English, Japanese, French and German television companies and with Lone Wolf Productions, who sold the program “Witch Hunt” to The History Chanel before going on to produce Mercy Street for PBS.
Sample references follow:
GmbH Westend Film & TV Produktion GmbH
National Geographic, Unmasking the Devil
American Experience, God in America
Frontline: We Shall Remain: After the Mayflower
Frontline: We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears
Lone Wolf Media (History Channel): Witch Hunt
History Alive, Inc. rents complete Puritan costume ensembles for television, film, and theatre productions. We also have some 19th century ensembles. All rentals are subject to availability. We currently can costume approximately thirty people in 17th c. full dress and a dozen people in mid 19th century full dress at one time. In order to ensure proper care for the costumes, we typically do not lend them out.
A refundable damage deposit, in the full amount of the value of the costumes.
A signed contract completed by an authorized representative of the company.
A signed “Costume Condition Sign-out” form for each ensemble rented.
Proof of insurance
We reserve the right, at our discretion, to require one of our staff to accompany the costumes to a production or set to ensure their appropriate use.