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Carol Hall

Playwright

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.                     

Appears in
Sweet Main Street