Mary Hall Surface

Folger Consort: The Second Shepherd's Play (2007); Director/Playwright: Theatre of the First Amendment: Sing Down the Moon, Perseus Bayou (Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical), Mississippi Pinocchio, The Odyssey of Telémaca, Lift: Icarus and Me; Round House Theatre: Alice; National Symphony Orchestra: Miranda’s Waltz; National Gallery of Art: Who’s in the Hopper, Framed: Roy Lichtenstein, Forward, 54th!; Kennedy Center: The Nightingale, Prodigy, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice; World Dance Theater: Preludes—Duncan, Sand and Chopin; Imagination Stage: The Hundred Dresses, Perseus Bayou; Choral Arts Society: Family Christmas Concerts 2007 - 2014; Atlas Performing Arts Center: Stay Awake. Founding Artistic Director of Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival. She is a national teaching artist for the Kennedy Center and Harvard’s Project Zero Classroom. Mary Hall was selected to participate in Arena Stage's 2017 Playwrights’ Arena, a year-long program that invites a small group of local theater makers to investigate their artistic process and develop their dramaturgical practice.

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