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Donald Hall (II)

Donald Hall was born on September 20, 1928 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was previously married to Jane Kenyon. See full bio »

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 2006 This Week (TV Series)
- Episode dated 1 October 2006 (2006) ... Himself
 2005 Why Shakespeare? (Video short documentary)
 1994 Baseball (TV Mini-Series documentary)
- The National Pastime (1994) ... Himself
- Shadow Ball (1994) ... Himself
- The Faith of Fifty Million People (1994) ... Himself
- Something Like a War (1994) ... Himself
 1993 Bill Moyers' Journal (TV Series documentary)
- Episode dated 3 March 1993 (1993) ... Himself
 1992 When It Was a Game 2 (TV Movie documentary)
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 1992 Literary Visions (TV Series documentary)
- Artful Resonance: Theme in Poetry (1992) ... Himself
 1991 When It Was a Game (TV Movie documentary)
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 2017 Ken Burns: America's Storyteller (TV Movie documentary)
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Other Works:

Author of "Fathers Playing Catch with Sons: Essays on Sport (Mostly Baseball)", North Point Press; (January 1, 1984). See more »

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1 Biographical Movie | See more »

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In May, 2002, a theatrical and musical adaptation of the poetry of Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon titled "Sounds of Absence: A Dramatic Presentation of the Poetry and Music of Loss" was performed at Chicago's DePaul University. Susan McGury wrote and directed the piece. See more »

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