Hannah has had a deep love for storytelling through theatre for as long as she can remember. Theatre can have such power to bring change and hope to an audience, and Hannah's goal is to bring truth, honesty, and hope in every performance she gives.
While studying vocal performance and musical theatre in college, Hannah began working professionally in the Denver area, and had the privilege to work with many outstanding companies. Now a New York City based performer, Hannah has also done contract work across the country. She is a hard worker who is constantly working on her craft through vocal training and coaching, dance classes, and cabarets as well as working as a private voice and acting teacher.
Having recently finished Beauty and the Beast in Concert, singing the role of Belle, and a long run of My Fair Lady with the Midtown Arts Center as Eliza Doolittle, Hannah will be performing Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls with the Hale Center Theatre this February-March.
When not performing, Hannah is likely to be found baking a pie, practicing yoga, reading Victor Hugo books, or trying to convince her husband to let her get a puppy - something she is dedicated to making happen.
While in quarantine, Hannah has been auditioning and performing for virtual theatre performances, having been cast in the roles of Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Ann Deever (All My Sons), and Betsy/Lindsay (Clybourne Park) thus far. She is also collaborating with other artists to put together virtual duets and trios, as well as gigging with virtual solo concert material.