Alan R. Hall

Alan R. Hall

Alan R. Hall is a Chapel Hill, NC, freelance writer, reviewer, novelist, and poet. He has written theater reviews for the Georgia State University System and the online writers' network "Themestream." For 11 years, he wrote reviews of theater, music, dance, and film for The Chapel Hill News. Now celebrating twenty-five years reviewing Triangle theater.

Articles by Alan R. Hall:

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Burning Coal's I and You Focuses on Young, Growing Minds

Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  October 7, 2021

RLT’s The Velocity of Autumn is the Complete Package

Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  September 17, 2021

Burning Coal's Evita Is a Superb Performance in a Disturbing Setting

Musical Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  June 17, 2021

Burning Coal and Associates Create Fourteen Takes on the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution

Film, Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  August 31, 2020

What Appears to be Only a Small Coffeeshop Is Actually Pittsboro's Center for the Arts

Children's Theatre, Music, Musical Theatre, Theatre Feature by Alan R. Hall,  April 3, 2020

You've Not Truly Heard a Musical Selection until You've Heard It Played by the Raleigh Ringers

Handbell Ensemble, Holiday Concert Review by Alan R. Hall,  December 21, 2019

Burning Coal's Bold New Staging Brings New Meaning to Camelot

Musical Theatre, Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  December 5, 2019

PRC's Ragtime Is a Stunning, Vivid Portrayal of Life in New York, 1906

Musical Theatre Review by Alan R. Hall,  November 23, 2019