Lucy Hall

Class of 2023


Lucy Hall grew up bouncing back and forth from her quintessential suburban house in New Jersey and her grandparents’ literally-on-top-of-a-mountain cabin in South Carolina. She spent much of her childhood watching old television with her parents and found herself captivated with sitcoms such as I Love Lucy and The Dick Van Dyke Show (both of which she can quote to a T). She cites the 1962 film The Miracle Worker as the film that motivated her love for the arts, which manifested in an entire summer of teaching herself how to tap dance in her grandparents’ garage, and later, acting classes at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in NYC.

She is very fortunate to have explored a variety of powerful characters in her time at Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama, including the god-like Dahl in Dave Malloy’s Preludes, the sardonic and outspoken Selina in the academic premiere of this old haunt, and the “Bless the Lord” soloist and Dance Captain of Godspell.

Lucy is excited and moved to have the opportunity to tell the stories that often go untold and hopes to work with inspiring people with new stories of their own to tell.