An actor, director and singer, Ms. Hall has been performing her whole life. After graduating from Central Michigan University, Deborah found herself in Arizona. A few phone calls later she was running a follow spot at StageBrush Theatre and she hasn’t stopped since. Deborah performed in plays and musicals regularly in the Phoenix area until she got her SAG card and went to see what was up in Hollywood. During her 14 years in LA, Deborah was in over 40 plays and directed 5, including Noises Off!, Laura, Kind Lady, Star on the Door, and the original musical Barbizon. You may still see her late at night on Married…With Children or Evening Shade with Burt Reynolds. Upon returning to Phoenix, Deborah reestablished some relationships and made some new connections resulting in four opportunities to portray Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatreworks, Southwest Shakespeare, Stage Left Productions and Desert Stages), the Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music and to direct The Desk Set, Wait Until Dark, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolfe and, most recently The Big 5 0 at Stage Left Productions in the West Valley. Ms. Hall has also directed many original pieces for the annual Pandora Festival of New Works through the Arizona Women’s Theatre Company. Deborah’s Pomeranian, Sierra, and Papillon, Katie, have also been in three of the productions of Earnest. “It helps when one finds historical data to prove those breeds of lap dogs were being raised in England in the late 1800s!”

Deborah Lee Hall

  • Actor, Director, Singer

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