The Turing Test, White Girl in Danger, & the Sadie Hawkins Salon @ MTF

Hana has been staying busy in February & March with the Musical Theatre Factory.



February 13 -- 4x15 Round 21
Hana played 'Gena' in The Turing Test by Brandon Michael Lowden.

February 23 & 25 -- White Girl in Danger
Hana played 'Meagan Whitehead' in a weeklong developmental workshop of Michael R. Jackson's White Girl in Danger.

March 8 -- The Sadie Hawkins Salon
Hana will be performing a song by the one and only Lauren Marcus.
8:30pm @ The PIT Underground

Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out!

Hana is singing backups in the opening & closing numbers ("What the World Needs Now is Love" & "Let the Sunshine In") in Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out! -- a benefit concert to raise money for five great organizations during the Inauguration with an incredible line-up of Broadway legends.

Friday 1/20 3pm @ Town Hall
Produced by Seth Rudetsky & James Wesley; Sponsored by BCEFA

The concert will be livestreamed via Facebook Live, and replayed on Sunday 1/22 at 9pm EST:



*Update: Read coverage of the concert in The New York Times + The Washington Post 

#Concert4America Finale: "Let the Sunshine In" (photo credit: Jenny Anderson)

ARCHETYPE @ Prospect Theater

Hana is currently performing in Archetype, an evening of original short works generated in Prospect Theater Company's 2016 Musical Theatre Lab, inspired by the 12 Jungian character archetypes.


July 27-31, 2016
@ The Theater at the 14th Street Y (344 E. 14th St.)

Directed by Dev Bondarin
Music Direction by Daniel Sefik

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TEETH @ Playwrights Horizons/MTF

Hana is playing an "Apostlette/PKG" in a workshop/reading of Teeth
as part of the Musical Theatre Factory's development residency at Playwrights Horizons


Directed by Marlo Hunter
Music Direction by Brad Gardner

Wed. June 29 @ 7pm
Thurs. June 30 @ 2pm

at Playwrights Horizons
416 W. 42nd St., 5th floor

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Our Woman, Frank Thompson @ MTF

Hana is playing "Emma/Frank" in an excerpt of the new musical Our Woman, Frank Thompson as part of the Musical Theatre Factory's 4x15.

Monday, April 18th at 8pm
@ 410 W 47th St (2nd Fl)


Our Woman, Frank Thompson
Book & Lyrics by Anna Grace Carter
Music & Lyrics by Eric Grunin
Additional Lyrics by Ed Levy

In 1861, Emma was fond of adventure, a little ambitious, and a good deal romantic – but when the Union needed defending, she found herself a man. As her alias Frank Thompson, this brave young woman serves her country as a soldier, a nurse, and a spy.

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