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A stage director while still a student, Hall soon achieved prominence directing plays and as managing director of the Royal Shakespeare Company. An occasional film director starting with the 1968 satire Work Is a Four-Letter Word, Hall has had an eclectic career, ranging from the adultery drama Three Into Two Won't Go and the caper tale Perfect Friday to adaptations of Shakespeare (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Harold Pinter (The Homecoming), and Tennessee Williams (Orpheus Descending).

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