HANNAH S. WOLLAND (she/her/hers) is a lighting/projection designer and stage manager currently residing in Dallas, TX. She is a third-year MFA in Stage Design candidate at Southern Methodist University (SMU). She is a graduate of the University at Buffalo (UB) with a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology (May 2020). Most recently, she worked as the Lighting Design Fellow at the Hangar Theatre, where she worked as the Assistant Lighting Designer on the Mainstage season as well as the Lighting Designer for the KIDDSTUFF season and inaugural FutureNow Festival. Past lighting design credits include The Little Mermaid Jr. at The Naples Players, Hurt Village at SMU, and Lumagination, a site-specific installation at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. Hannah has programmed many shows using ETC Eos consoles, including American Idiot at UB and Richard II, Taming of the Shrew, and The Heart of Robin Hood at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Her site-specific work has been featured in UBNow, UB’s alumni newsletter.
Hannah's recent case study "Lumagination- Site Specific Design and Community Engagement", co-authored with Professor Lynne Koscielniak, is included in the book Undergraduate Research in Theatre (Routledge, July 2021).
To contact Hannah, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.