Barry Hall is an American actor, director, playwright and screenwriter. A veteran of dozens of stage productions, he recently wrote/directed/produced his first short films, "Nuclear Family" and "Over". His plays have been produced around the world and in several languages. He earned an MFA in Theater from Sarah Lawrence College and has received fellowships from the Japan Foundation and the Edward F. Albee Foundation. He recently established the Crepuscular Films imprint.
Near-future plans include a series of 1-2 minute micro-films and the horror shorts "What Are Friends For?" and “A Girl in the World”, and the surreal feature "The Way We Live". He lives in Taipei, Taiwan with his two delightful and maddening sons.