Tristin Hall

Advanced Actor Combatant

Presenting: Stage Combat
Previous Presentations: Combat Basics and Setting the Stage

Tristin Hall is a born and raised Chicagoan and Advanced Actor Combatant with the SAFD. Currently, Tristin is working towards getting certified in Intimacy Direction and becoming a Certified Teacher with the SAFD.

They fell in love with Stage Combat Sophmore year of school at Columbia College working with Fight Master David Woolley, CT and Master Teacher (BASSC) John McFarland, CT David Yondorf, and CT and Intimacy Coordinator Rachel Flesher. Since then Tristin has traveled around the country interning and attending various SAFD workshops- last summer their adventures took them to London where they interned for the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat National Workshop.

Tristin is an actor and choreographer around Chicago, one of the founding members of Point Theatre Project, and creator of Gladiator Fight Night- an event where stage combatants compete as gladiators to see who will win the favor of the crowd and the Emperor for the evening.

Recent choreography credits include: Human Resources (Theatre Evolve), Assisted Sam Hubbard with Yen (Raven Theater) and Too Heavy for Your Pocket (Timeline Theater), Some Like it Red and Munsterspiel (The Plagiarists), assisted Rachel Flesher with Sickle (Red Theater), and numerous projects at Columbia College. Acting Credits include Lisa in Falling (Interrobang Theater), Carrie in Carrie and Francine (Haven Theater), Jo-Jo  the Bald Faced Liar in Dog Act (Columbia College), and Phineas in A Separate Peace (Point Theatre Project).  

Thanks to the family, friends, and mentors who have been there every step of the way!