Blake Hall currently serves as Producing Artistic Director for the new Center Theatre at the MJCCA. He began his career at the MJCCA in 2003 stage managing for Jewish Theatre of the South. In 2004 he became production stage manager and shortly thereafter promoted to managing director where he served until May 2008. Blake recently made his directorial debut with Center Theatre’s smash-hit production of Jewtopia! Blake spent most of his life as an actor and professional opera singer and got his start producing plays in1995 when he co-founded Pandora Productions with his good friend Bo Cecil. There he served as the General Manager/Production Stage Manager for four seasons. The company is still in existence producing seven plays a season with over 800 season subscribers! He has stage managed for Actors Theatre of Louisville, Kentucky Center for the Arts & The Centennial Theatre Festival of Connecticut. Locally, Blake has stage managed for Jewish Theatre of the South (20 productions) True Colors Theatre Company (The Wiz), The Alliance Theatre (Let’s Talk About AIDS, Pinocchio 3.5 & Sleepwalkers), Theatre Decatur (La Cage Aux Folles), Stage Door Players (Clue: The Musical & The Would Goes ‘Round), Curly Willow Productions (The Summerhouse in April) & the 2004 National Black Arts Festival.