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Bob Hall

Bob Hall Bob Hall was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, and has enjoyed a long and productive, albeit intermittent, relationship with that city having helped found Nebraska Repertory Theatre in the late 60s. In 1971, he moved to New York City where his first jobs were as resident director at Classic Stage Company (CSC) Repertory and the George Street Playhouse. In 1976, Hall co-authored The Passion of Dracula that ran two years off-Broadway. He has directed regionally, off-Broadway and at university theatres. In 1986, he co-founded an off-off-Broadway Shakespearean troup called The New Rude Mechanicals. Survival during periods of theatrical unemployment were sustained by working as a cartoonist for Marvel Comics. In 2001, Hall founded Flatwater Shakespeare, a professional company based in an historic cemetery in Lincoln.