All Day and a Night

Directed by Joe Robert Cole starring Margo Hall

An aspiring rapper named Jahkor Lincoln (Ashton Sanders) arrives in prison. He ends up serving a life sentence for murder and looks back on the days preceding his arrest and the circumstances of his childhood to find clues to his way forward in life and his survival.

Fabulation or The Re-education of Undine

Directed by Ellen Sebastian Chang starring Margo Hall

Undine is a successful African-American publicist living in Manhattan. When her husband takes her money, she is forced to return to her former life in Brooklyn, and to deal with her working-class relatives.

Trouble in Mind

Directed by Robin Stanton starring Margo Hall

‘Trouble in Mind’ follows a mixed-race cast attempting to mount a production of a “progressive” new play on Broadway in the 1950s. The play—an anti-lynching drama set in the South—is written by a white man and directed by a white man, and marks the first opportunity for a gifted black actress to play a leading role on Broadway. But what compromises must she make to succeed? More than 40 years after it was written, ‘Trouble in Mind’, according to The New York Times, “still has the power to make one feel its anger and humor.”

Chabot TV Interview

Starring Margo Hall

Professor Dov Hassan from Chabot College Interviews Director Margo Hall from the Play Hamlet:Blood AndThe Brain.