Charls Sedgwick Hall

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Charls Sedgwick Hall is an actor, teaching artist, movement teacher, director, and a member of Shakespeare & Company. His association with Shakespeare & Company as a performer and student began in 1981 during which time, he toured with the Education Program and trained as a Movement teacher in the inspired discipline of Trish Arnold. Acting credits include Measure for Measure, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged, Revised),  Love’s Labour’s Lost, Mother Courage and Her Children, A Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet and several performances of Dibbledance with Shakespeare & Company; Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, As You Like It, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Richard III with Thin Air Shakespeare; Hamlet, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing with Southern California Shakespeare Festival; A Christmas Carol, The Little Foxes, Cymbeline, Cyrano with A Noise Within;  Tartuffe, Arms and The Man with The Classical Theatre Company; The Color Purple (The Musical) – Los Angeles Ovation Award winning production, The Next Fairy Tale, The Escape Artist’s Children, Follow with Celebration Theatre Company; Twelfth Night, Saint Joan with The Royston Theatre Company; Angels of Lemnos, David and Goliath in America, The Lady’s Not For Burning, Hitler’s Headwith The Road Theatre Company, as well as production of Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters, Our Country’s Good, Faith and the Good Thing, You Can’t Take It With You, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Firebugs. Directing include Other World Lovers, Afrocentricities with MPAACT; OUTStories, The Red Train Café with Celebration Theatre. Teaching engagements: Guest Professor of Movement at the National Institute of Performing Arts in Sydney, Australia, Guest Artist as a Movement Professor and Performer in Angels of Lemnos at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, Director of Training & Movement Instructor with Two Pence Theatre Company. He is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association and SAG/AFTRA, holds an MFA from New York University’s School of the Performing Arts Graduate Acting Program, He continues to study other Movement disciplines, Shakespearean Text, and Sonnets, and perseveres as a student of life.

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