Hannah Hammond

Hannah Hammond

Visiting Assistant Professor in Theatre

Department: Fine Arts
Phone: 706-290-7808
Campus Box: 5013
Location: Blackstone 205
E-mail: hhammond@berry.edu

Short Bio

An actor, teacher and director, she has taught and directed for ages 3 to adult all over the country.  She is a two time nominee for Best Director of a Musical at the New Hampshire Theatre Awards. Hannah received her MFA  in Theatre Performance Pedagogy at Virginia Commonwealth University. Where she was speech coordinator for VCU’s Public Speaking program,and taught Effective speech, Introduction to Acting and Musical Theatre History. She also holds a Masters of performance in Musical Theatre from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, Scotland. While in the UK Hannah worked with some of the key producers and practitioners currently working in theatre - including 2012 Tony winner Martin Lowe (MD for Once, Mamma Mia) Tony nominee, Grant Olding’s Yeti: An Aboninamusical at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s Highland Quest for a New Musical.  Here in the US she has toured as a vocalist with Cirque Dreams and performed at regional theaters around the country.


BA, Plymouth State University
MA, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University