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Born in Ann Arbor Michigan, Hanna Street is a professional actress and singer. Hanna began singing when she was just three years old. She remembers jammin out to Hannah Montana and Hi-5 with her barbie microphone and picturing herself performing on a stage in front of millions of people. When Hanna was six, she moved from the midwest to the east coast in small town New Castle, New Hampshire where she became even more exposed to opportunities in the theatre industry. Hanna fell in love with acting when she performed in her first production of Annie at her elementary school. Hanna did not come from a family of performers but rather a family of athletes. Naturally, she grew up doing both. When Hanna was in high school, she took her athletic career even further in being the number one girls tennis player on her state championship winning tennis team but quit during college to focus on theatre. Hanna received her B.A. in Musical Theatre from Plymouth State University. Some of her roles include, Aunt March in Little Women: The Musical, Mrs. Alexander (and others) in The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Nightime, and Michelle/Nun in Sister Act. Hanna has had the privilege of working with many incredible mentors who have shaped her to be the performer she is today including Rachel Pantazis, Brendan Buckley, Patrick Dorow, and Tyler Shore. During Hanna’s senior year of college, she was cast in her first professional show as Schwarzy in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at The Firehouse Theatre. She recently performed at The Palace Theatre as a backup singer in a concert tribute to Carole King. Hanna graduated from Plymouth State University in May of 2022.

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