Anjanette Hall

Assistant Professor of Theatre
M.F.A., Rutgers University-Mason Gross School of the Arts

Anjanette Hall

Anjanette HallAssistant Professor of Theatre

M.F.A., Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts

Anjanette Hall is a freelance actor, director and theater educator. Hall has performed at theaters such as Cleveland Play House, Dobama Theatre, Mamai Theatre Company, Coach House Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, Two River Theatre Company, Red Stage Theatre Company, Cardinal Stage Company, Brown County Playhouse, The Barn Theatre and Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater. She has toured the country with Theatreworks USA and played the role of Gretchen Huber on NBC’s “Ed.” She has lived and worked, off and on, in New York City since 2001.

Hall has been featured in many independent short and feature films, including Geoff Quan’s “Be Still," which was featured at the Sarasota Film Festival. She is represented and been featured locally in commercial, voice over and film and television work with the Docherty Talent Agency.

Hall has taught acting, voice, speech and movement at Rutgers University, Case Western Reserve University, Compass Film Academy, Dobama's Emerging Artists Program, Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute and Red Stage Theatre Company. She has directed a number of productions at BW, including Charles Mee's "Big Love." Hall has also directed professionally with Playwright's Local. Hall received her Master of Fine Arts from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in musical theatre performance from Western Michigan University.

Hall will be playing the role of Nora in Mamai Theatre Company's production of "A Doll's House" in August 2017 and The Pilot in Dobama Theatre's one-woman production of "Grounded" January/February 2018.