Edward Hall

Edward Hall previously directed Richard N. Goodwin's Two Men of Florence (2009) at the Huntington. He is artistic director of Propeller Theatre Company and Hampstead Theatre, where his production of Shelagh Stephenson's Enlightenment premiered. His Propeller credits include The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company, The Old Vic, world tour; Drama Desk Award nomination in New York), The Winter's Tale (UK and world tour), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Comedy Theatre, Watermill Theatre Newbury, UK tour, BAM New York; Drama Desk Award nominations for Best Director and Best Production in New York), Rose Rage adapted with Roger Warren from Henry VI parts I, II, and III (Haymarket Theatre, The Watermill Theatre, UK and international tours, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Duke's Theatre New York; Olivier Award nomination for Best Director; recipient of four Jeff Awards including Best Play, Best Director, and Best Ensemble Cast in Chicago), Twelfth Night (The Watermill Theatre Newbury), The Comedy of Errors and Henry V (Watermill Theatre Newbury, Pleasance Theatre London, Royal Shakespeare Company: The Other Place, Stratford, international tour), and Othello (Watermill Theatre Newbury and the Tokyo Globe). His other theatre work includes The Deep Blue Sea with Greta Scaatchi (Vaudeville Theatre), For Services Rendered (Watermill Theatre Newbury), Mark Ravenhill's Dick Whittington (Barbican), A Streetcar Named Desire with Natasha Richardson and John C. Reilly (Roundabout Theatre Company), Once in a Lifetime with David Suchet, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and Edmond with Kenneth Branagh (National Theatre), Calico (Duke of York's), The Hinge of the World (Guildford), Macbeth with Sean Bean and Samantha Bond (Albery Theatre), The Constant Wife (Apollo), Putting it Together (Chichester), Julius Caesar, Henry V, and The Two Gentleman of Verona (Royal Shakespeare Company), Tantalus (Denver Centre, UK tour), iSacred Heart (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs), Celaine (Hampstead Theatre), That Good Night (Yvonne Arnaud Tour), Richard III (Tokyo Globe), and Cain (Minerva Studio, Chichester). Mr. Hall's television credits include "Strike Back" and "Spooks" (US title: "MI5," 2009 and 2010 BAFTA Award nomination for Best Drama Series), among many others. He is also an associate at the National Theatre, The Old Vic, and the Watermill Theatre.

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