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Gary Hall
White Hall, AR, USA

Age range: Mature adult

Profile views: 1325

Last Login: 05-05-08

Vocal Range – Tenor

Singing – Musical Theater

Dancing – Two left feet

Languages – French

Height – 5 feet 11 inches / 180 cm

Hair – Brown

Eyes – Brown

Body Type – A few extra pounds

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian

Introducing... Gary Hall

Hey All
My name is Gary, I've been doing this theatre thing for nearly thirty years. I'm a director/designer/playwright. I teach theatre at a local college. I'm a Christian who strives to do all my work to the glory of the One who gave me my talent in...


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– Jesus Christ Superstar tells the biblical story of Jesus Christ's final days of life. Over two thou...
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– Chess is used as a metaphor for romantic rivalries and the US-Soviet rivalry during the Cold War. T...
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– 'Assassins' is the odd story about 9 individuals who over time have attempted to assassinate the Pre...
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– Into the Woods combines the well-known fairy tales of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, ...
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– The show opens hopeful enough with King Arthur nervously preparing to meet his new Queen, Guinevere....
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– In Hello, Dolly!, Dolly Levi, the well-known matchmaker, attempts to find herself a husband in the w...
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– Living in a lonely manor house in 1906 England, Archibald Craven yearns for his beautiful, late wife...
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– Godspell is a fun, modern day retelling of the New Testament parables from The Gospel According to M...
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– After the mill girl, Julie Jordan, marries that handsome, but uncivilized carousel barker, Billy Big...
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– Taking place in a small village in America's deep South, a devoutly religious 15-year-old girl, Cath...
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Favorite Role

My favorite role ever was probably Ben Frankin in "1776." It was fun playing a letch that everyone respected and I really loved telling John Adams off.



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