Hall was co-founder of the New Rude Mechanicals, a New York City-based off-off-Broadway theatre company.
In the late 1970s, he co-wrote the script and co-created the set designs for the stage play The Passion of Dracula, which ran for two years off-Broadway in New York City, as well as in London.The Passion of Dracula also screened on Showtime.
Hall is the artistic director of the Flatwater Shakespeare Company of Lincoln, Nebraska, an organization he founded. Previously, he was artistic director of the Nebraska Repertory Theatre for six years, and in 2008 was artistic director of Lincoln's Haymarket Theatre.
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