©2020 by Hannah Marie Dahl.

NEWS + UPDATES

FESTIVAL 56

Hannah Marie is headed to Princeton, IL for her first post-grad contract at Illinois's Largest Summer Theatre Festival,  Festival 56!

She will appear in Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical as Penelope Square (June 19-26), Matilda the Musical as the Acrobat + featured ensemble (July 4-11), and lastly Amanda in 4000 Miles (July 11-18).

Grace Performing Arts Center & the Prairie Arts Center

MUM | 100 FEET OF FILM

Hannah Marie will star as Mina in the premiere of Mum, a short film written & directed by Crystal Jin Kim, at the Kodak 100 Feet of Film Festival in Atlanta! 

March 30 2020

SENIOR SHOWCASE IN NYC

The CCU B.F.A class of 2020 is coming to New York City! The showcase will include songs & monologues performed by each of the seniors. 

The Green Room 42 | 570 Tenth Ave. New York, NY

Thursday March 5th 2020 @ 3pm & 6pm

ccutheatre.com/showcase2020

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL

This spring, Hannah Marie will be getting whipped into shape as sorority sister, Pilar! She will be performing in Coastal Carolina University's Wheelwright Auditorium under the direction of Original Broadway Cast member, Jason Gillman, and dancing to choreography by Ashley Bachner and Lena Janes. 

February 20 - 29th 2020

https://youtu.be/aKcn7gbO8Ng

LOVECRAFT COUNTRY

Be on the lookout for Hannah Marie in the upcoming HBO series, Lovecraft Country, later this year! The drama horror television series is produced by Monkeypaw Productions, Bad Robot Productions, & Warner Bros. Television with executive producers including Jordan Peele, Misha Green, J.J Abrams, & Ben Stephenson.

TECUMSEH! OUTDOOR DRAMA

Hannah Marie was recently seen as Melassa Tequi in the 46th season of Tecumseh! as well as the young lover, Perdita, in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale. She got to ride horses, fight, and dance during her summer on Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre! 

June 13 - September 1 2019

JEUNE TERRE

Hannah Marie worked alongside New York-based playwright, Gab Reisman, composer Avi Amon, & director Alice Reagan, as Brie in a staged reading of Reisman's new work, Jeune Terre: A Play with Songs. "This inventive new play with songs explores what it means to live on the edge of invisibility in a time of atmospheric change."
May 17 2019