Thomas Schall

Thomas Schall returned to work at the Huntington on The Cry of the Reed (2008) as the fight director after previously appearing in Undiscovered Country (1993), O Pioneers!  (1990), Hyde Park (1989), Don Juan (1988), and The Misanthrope (1985). Mr. Schall's Broadway credits include The Seafarer, Rock 'n' Roll, Pygmalion, Coram Boy, Journey's End, Legally Blonde, Woman in White, Sixteen Wounded, Wicked, Noises Off, The Women, Art, The Iceman Cometh, The Retreat from Moscow, The Little Foxes, and Life (x) 3. His Off Broadway credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream, In Darfur, Durango, and Mother Courage and her Children (The Public Theater/NYSF); Homebody/Kabul (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Dessa Rose, Belle Epoque, Chaucer in Rome, God's Heart, The Time of the Cuckoo, and A Man of No Importance (Lincoln Center Theater); A Lesson Before Dying (Signature Theatre); and What the Butler Saw and Good Thing (The New Group). Regionally, Mr. Schall has worked at Williamstown Theatre Festival, Long Wharf Theatre, Arena Stage, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and Dallas Theater Center. His has also worked on the film Internet Stories.

(As of May 2008)

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