Tom HallAssociate Artist
Tom arrived in San Diego in 2003 after earning his degree in Theatre at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He recently returned from Sweden, where he performed in the world premiere reading of A.C. Harvey’s Fade to White, commissioned at the Polar Center Andree Museum in Grenna. Tom began his association with Intrepid Shakespeare Company by performing in the 2009 Free Will Reading Series, and has performed in a number of venues across San Diego. Selected theatre credits include: Phil in Hurlyburly (ION Theatre at Diversionary); Jonesy in Side Man (Bang! Productions at Diversionary); Casca in Julius Caesar (New Village Arts); Edgar Evans in Terra Nova (Inukshuk Productions); Alberto Barcos inThe Magic Fire (Moonlight Stage Productions); Percy Bysshe Shelley in Bloody Poetry(6th @ Penn Theatre); Simon Bliss in Hay Fever (Moonlight Stage Productions); Greg Poynter in Relatively Speaking (North Coast Repertory Theatre); Terry in A Hundred Birds (6th @ Penn Theatre). Tom also appeared in Back of the Throat (ION Theatre);The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Lotus Theatre Collective);Bedroom Farce (Moonlight Stage Productions); and East Coast productions of Art;Little Murders; Beyond Therapy; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; Inherit the Wind; and others. In 2003, Tom directed Sophie Treadwell’s Machinal for the SRO Theatre in Wilmington.
Intrepid Shakespeare Company credits:
Romeo and Juliet
Much Ado About Nothing (FREE WILL)
Richard II (FREE WILL)
King John (FREE WILL)