Bob Hall

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Bob Hall is the founder and artistic director of The Flatwater Shakespeare Company, currently celebrating it’s 10th season. This June, Hall directed “Two Gentlemen of Verona” for Flatwater and will stage “Antony and Cleopatra” at the Swan Theatre in Wyuka this fall. In the past he has been artistic director of The Haymarket Theatre and Nebraska Repertory Theatre. He lived in New York for 22 years, where an adaptation he wrote with David Richmond, “The Passion of Dracula,” ran for two years. Hall has had a simultaneous career writing and drawing comic books for such companies as Marvel, DC and Valiant. In 2010, The Nebraska Arts Council named him Governor’s Arts Awards Artist of the Year.

 

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