Hannah is a New York based actor, singer and dancer with a passion for storytelling. She recently graduated from The Boston Conservatory where she earned her BFA in Musical Theatre. Though performing is Hannah’s first love, she is also an avid reader, photographer, and invested partaker of all Woody Allen films, in addition to being extremely dedicated to dark chocolate. Poke around the site for Hannah’s most recent news, headshots, resume, and samples of her work. Thanks for stopping by!
Next, Hannah begins rehearsals for "INFERNO: Fire at the Cocoanut Grove 1942," which will play at Theatre 80 St. Marks from November 21st through December 16th.
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Hannah is thrilled to be making her Cherry Lane Theatre debut this fall in “Bad Press” a new play presented by Wide Eyed Productions as part of an evening of politically charged new work. And she will be eating chicken wings on stage, a lifelong dream fulfilled.
For more info: www.wideeyedproductions.com
At the end of the March, Hannah is headed to Rhode Island to shoot her first independent film. She’ll be playing the title role in “Sophia,” a drama about a young girl finding herself in the face of mental illness.
Up next, Hannah is thrilled to be part of the New York Shakespeare Convention’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, portraying Hippolyta in Act IV. For tickets and more information, visit
This winter, Hannah is proud to be making her New York City debut in Coni Koepfinger’s new play, Unspoken Acts at Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Tickets and more information can be found at
Following graduation this May, Hannah will be part of Clean Green Music Machine’s inaugural production of Turn It Up! originating the role of Kena. Turn It Up is a new pop musical with the mission of empowering and educating young people to work together towards a more sustainable world. Written by Grammy Winning Producer Jeff Bova, its themes of reusable energy and sustainable living will serve to both entertain, excite, and inspire change within a new generation of voices.
More information can be found at www.cleangreenmusicmachine.org.