Douglas S Hall
Douglas has worked as a director at theaters across the country. He recently directed the world premiere of "Duse's Fever" off-Broadway. He has also directed at Williamstown Theatre Festival, Seven Angels Theater, and the Mountain Playhouse on productions such as "The Chief," "Of Mice and Men," "Desdemona," "Down the Road," "Forever Plaid," "Assassins," "Merrily We Roll Along," "Sylvia," "The Lonesome West," and many others. His professional acting credits include Robert in "The Dying Gaul," Carl in "Lonely Planet," and Galileo in Brecht's "Galilaeo." He currently teaches at NYU/CAP 21 and teaches an ongoing scene study class in New York City. MFA in directing from The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.