b. 6 November 1901, Keysport, NJ, USA, d. 28 Feb 1968, Bay Shoreline, NY, USA. After their studies at the Juilliard College of Music and Crisis, Hall began performing and playing little tasks in theatrical productions for the eastern seaboard. In 1935, she made an appearance inside a Broadway revival of Sailor Beware! Mainly, over the following couple of years she sang, her repertoire varying through popular tracks of your day to folk music as well as the blues. She produced some recordings, including six edges for Victor Information, associated with jazz trombonist Bennie Morton and his orchestra. In those times, there never had been enough major tasks for black performers but issues improved relatively for Hall through the middle-40s onwards. She got a place within the chorus in Sing Out Lovely Land (1944) along with a revival of Display Motorboat (1946). After upgrading to small assisting tasks in St. Louis Female (1946) and Road Picture (1947), she was solid as Bloody Mary in the brand new Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II display, South Pacific (1949). Hall was broadly and extremely praised on her behalf nightly show-stopping shows of ‘Bali Ha’i’ and ‘Happy Chat’. In 1954 she got another good part as Madam Tango internal Of Blossoms. In 1958 Hall visited Hollywood to reprise her function as Bloody Mary within the film edition of South Pacific. At disappointments of the film was the inexplicable decision to get Hall’s performing dubbed by Muriel Smith. Also in 1958, Hall was back again on Broadway for the function of Madame Liang in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Rose Drum Melody. That same calendar year, she documented Juanita Sings The Blues, which she was associated with an all-star jazz group led by pianist Claude Hopkins and including trumpeter Doc Cheatham and tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. In 1961, she visited Hollywood for the display screen edition ofFlower Drum Melody. Following this film appearance, Hall after that retired from open public performance.