J.D. Hall

*Los Angeles — Recently, actors J.D. Hall and Ted Lange sat down with Mario Hemsley and Victor Allen of Pax Stereo TV in an exclusive interview to discuss a new riveting play “Let Freedom Ring”written/produced by and starring Ted Lange (Isaac in Love Boat), set to open at The Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, on Friday, September 3rd. @ 8PM.

Both dynamic actors have shared a passion for Shakespeare over the years and it was this common interest that brought them together to work with each other. Ted points out in his interview that he could always count on J.D. when he was casting plays with a classical theme or otherwise. Good friends in life, in “Let Freedom Ring” they become archenemies as a group of revolutionary Blacks plot to steal the Liberty Bell in the mid 1800s.

J.D. Hall says, “The play addresses the civil rights issue on a multiplicity of levels. I think people will be surprised at the depth of the message.”

Four part interview here:

Ted Lange

J.D. Hall made entertainment history as the first African-American to run for the presidency of the Screen Actors Guild. His list of acting credits are monumental.

Actors, Garrett Morris, Chrystee Pharris, Willie Carpenter, Eddie Goines, Christine Kludjian, Shani Shockley, Lou Beatty, Jr. and William Stephens round out the cast.

Tickets: $25.00 Call Brown paper Tickets 1-800-838.3006 or log on to www.BrownpaperTickets.com

For further information/interviews with Ted Lange and clearance to review play, contact: Mary Lange [email protected]


For further information on J.D. Hall and alternate media clearance to attend opening night, September 3rd, contact: Eugenia Wright @ ISA Public Relations www.isapublicrelations.com [email protected] 818.552.9459