Hannah Moore

Hannah is a current freshmen and Braverman Family Scholar at the University of Southern California in the School of Dramatic Arts and School of Cinematic Arts. She is also a graduate of Booker T. Washington HSPVA in Dallas, Texas, and a long-time member of the performing arts. Hannah is a published playwright; her play, Leave A Message, was performed and published professionally as part of the 2021 Playwrights Under Progress Festival with Junior Players and Kitchen Dog Theater. Leave A Message and her other playwriting work, Slumber Party, were also performed as part of the Booker T. Washington HSPVA Ten-Minute Plays Festival. Aside from writing, Hannah loves to be onstage and connect with audiences through acting. Her recent notable roles include Young Laurian in T3 Presents: The Black Veils at Theatre Three, Penelope Smith in Committed: Mad Women of the Asylum with Cry Havoc Theater Company, Abby in The Secret Life of Girls and Meg Murry in A Wrinkle in Time at Dallas Children’s Theater, and Anne Shirley in Anne of Green Gables. Hannah is a proud member of USC’s premiere improv and sketch comedy troupe, Commedus Interruptus, and invites you to come catch a (free!) lawn show on any Friday at 1 PM. Hannah is incredibly honored to be able to perform The Sentence as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival!