Carol Hall is an American lyricist, composer, and musician. Her classic musical The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas won two Drama Desk Awards for lyrics and music, received a Grammy nomination for its cast album, and ran on Broadway for almost five years. A national tour of Whorehouse ran for over a year and a half.
Hall also composes music for children's television. Her television credits include "Sesame Street", "Free to Be...You and Me" (Emmy Award), "Free to Be...A Family", "Thanks & Giving", "All Year Long". She also wrote for children's theatre, composing the music for Max and Ruby.
Other stage work includes Good Sports, A Christmas Memory, Paper Moon, Are We There Yet, To Whom It May Concern, A...My Name Is Alice, and The Days Are As Grass.
Carol is a Lifetime Member of the Board of the Dramatists Guild, and Vice-President of the Dramatists Guild Fund. She also is on the teaching staff of the International Cabaret Conference at Yale University, and is a moderator at the Playwrights/Directors Workshop at Actors’ Studio, NYC.
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