Ann C. Hall
||Professor of English
Arts and Letters
||Ph.D., The Ohio State University; B.A., John Carroll University; M.A., The Ohio State University
Dr. Ann C. Hall has published widely on performance and drama. Her books include Phantom Variations: The Adaptations of Gaston Leroux’s Phantom of the Opera, 1925 to Present; Mommy Angst: Motherhood in American Popular Culture; Delights, Dilemmas, and Desires: Essays on Women and the Media; Making the Stage: Essays on the Changing Concept of Theater, Drama, and Performance as well as editions on theater, performance and other popular culture topics.
Dr. Hall has published numerous essays on drama, theater, performance, and women’s studies. She also has written a number of plays, short stories, and monologues.
Dr. Hall has served as president of the Midwest Modern Language Association, and is president of the Harold Pinter Society, vice president of the Martin De Porres board, and an active member of the Columbus, Ohio, writing group, the Wild Women Writers.
She is passionate about teaching. Many of her students have continued to graduate and professional school. She teaches courses in Drama, Film, Medieval Literature, Theory, and Writing, as well as Freshman Composition.
Dr. Hall is writing a book about Ronald Harwood and a collection of short stories.