Carol Hall wrote both music and lyrics for the TONY-winning The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and contributed to Sesame Street, A...My Name is Alice, and the landmark children’s classic Free to Be You and Me. For that project, she wrote both music and lyrics for “It’s All Right To Cry,” “Parents Are People,” and “Glad To Have A Friend Like You.” She also wrote the Off-Broadway musical To Whom It May Concern. Her most recent project has been contributing lyrics for a musical based on Truman Capote’s classic story A Christmas Memory (with book by Duane Poole and music by Larry Grossman), which premiered at Theatreworks in Palo Alto, CA, where it received rave reviews and broke attendance records. Ms. Hall is a Lifetime Member of the Dramatists Guild Council and Vice-President of the Dramatists Guild Fund. Her first non-musical work, The Days are As Grass, consists of eight short plays. Written to be performed by two actors — one man and one woman — they can also be presented with a larger cast. The actors portray more than a dozen characters engaged by life's changes and love's quirks.