Hannah Wolf, 2nd Year MFA Director, is a theatre director and dramaturg originally from Juneau, Alaska. She makes new work for the stage and explores new ways of making work in the rehearsal room. Hannah has also been known to consult in screenplay development, direct events (concerts, fashion shows, galas etc.) and curates the blog Ask A Director.
Her work has been seen at Perseverance Theatre, Superhero Clubhouse, The Vineyard Theater, The Civilians, Culturebot, Conni's Avant Garde Restaurant, Colt Coeur, Howlround, TerraNOVA Collective, New York University, Columbia University, Peppercorn Theatre, Writopia Lab, The Secret City, and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
She received a BA from Western Washington University, trained at the SITI Company Intensive, and is the former literary resident at The Vineyard Theater. Member: 2012 Lincoln Center Directors Lab; 2014/15 Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab. Fellowships: Fulbright (Bucharest, Romania). You can find her on the internet at hannahjwolf.com.
Recent Projects: Dry Land by Ruby Rae Spiegel at UT Austin in October 2016.
Love Motel by Lydia Blaisdell, workshop and reading at Ensemble Studio Theatre in May 2016.
Upcoming Projects: The Bigot by William Glick at UT Austin as part of UTNT in March 2017.
TITLE LOADING, a devised piece, co produced by Fusebox Festival and Cohen New Works Festival in April 2017.
Untitled Commission by Kimberly Belflower at Peppercorn Theatre in June of 2017.
In Development: Riff on Riders To The Sea, set in a small town on the coast of Alaska, with playwright Daniel Kitrosser and composer Ilan Iskov.
The Cave by Eleanor Burgess, two workshops (in the woods) since December 2015.