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We think we are meeting a man, who may or not be called Thom Pain, in a rented space that may be transitioning from one theatrical performance to another.
It’s not clear where he has come from or where he is headed, if he exists outside this theatrical space.
“I was born into a family of two parents who had recently lost my sister, Julie, who was not yet 2,” Hall recalled.
“She had a lot of developmental and physical problems and I think they knew she wasn’t long for this world, but she was in the world and did die and that was a very difficult thing for my parents.”Hall recalls photos of Julie in photo albums.
He was fascinated that she had once been alive, there, “the idea I had a sister.”“So, there’s an awareness of the fact of death when I was very young. My aunt Linda, my mother’s older sister, died a few years after that. With less of a story.” Hall said he isn’t sure where nature met nurture in his personality.
In each year of my high school someone died: 3 instances of a car accident, 2 were in cars one was a pedestrian.” He did not, he emphasizes, have a fascination or preoccupation with death, but rather “an awareness of the fact of it, its inevitability, the fact it is one fate no one escapes.”He was an only child, and “somewhat solitary. It was a serious household, his parents were “hard workers from small towns.” “There was a certain degree of seriousness about themselves,” he said.
He told people he was going to study pre-law, and hoped the conversation would end there. After attending a liberal arts college in Indiana, he eventually studied acting at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.In crafting the character, Hall said he was disinclined to answer these questions, even for himself.