Anjanette Hall

(she/her/hers)

  • Assistant Professor of Theatre

Areas of Study

Education

  • MFA, Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts
  • BFA, musical theatre performance, Western Michigan University

Biography

Northeast Ohio audiences have seen Anjanette as the Mother in The Cleveland Playhouse production of A Christmas Story, Nora in A Doll’s House and Masha in Three Sisters at Mamai Theatre, The Pilot in Grounded, Dora in An Octoroon, Aimee in The Night Alive, Beck Shaw in Becky Shaw, Lisa in The Lyons at Dobama Theatre, and Ruth in Blithe Spirit at Coach House Theatre.

Hall played the role of Gretchen Huber on NBC’s Ed.  She has been featured in many independent short and feature films.  She is represented and has been featured locally in commercials and voice over (the voice of American Greetings) with the Docherty Talent Agency.

Hall has taught acting, voice, speech and movement at Baldwin Wallace University, 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 on Baldwin Wallace University’s Main Stage, and professionally with Playwright's Local. 

  • Hall won the 2018 Cleveland Critics Award for best actress in a play for her role as the Pilot in George Brandt’s Grounded featured at Dobama Theatre.

  • Baltimore Center Stage
  • Two River Theatre Company
  • Theatreworks USA
  • Cardinal Stage
  • Red Stage Theatre Company
  • Brown County Playhouse
  • The Barn Theatre
  • Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre

Fall 2022

Acting 1: Fundamentals — THEA 100

Spring 2023

The Informed Body and Voice — THEA 216
Acting for the Camera — THEA 319