Joe Sears is known for his work on Broadway
Kevin Mnich is known for his work in the film Pruning the Family Tree
Hannah has been on stage in the Washington County area since she was three weeks old. Her debut was as the infant Jesus in Bartlesville First Baptist’s Christmas production. She hasn’t spent more than a few years away from the stage since, staying involved in church productions through her school years and also helping launch a drama club for homeschoolers in the area. This drama club was where she first got a taste for directing. After high school, Hannah returned for several years as a co-teacher and director for the team she helped launch.
Hannah has had a hand in several productions for Theater Bartlesville both on and off stage. Hannah has acted in The Button, Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain,The Big 5-Oh, Fox on the Fairway, Our Town, and Exit the Body, and a few more. Behind the scenes, she served as a Stage Manager for the 10th anniversary production of Steel Magnolias, and served as dresser and costume designer for Little Shop of Horrors, in addition to operating lights, hair, makeup, and set decoration for several other shows. She even once painted scenery with a Tony nominee and a member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
Hannah left the theater for a few years to manage a career transition. When she returned, she found her way to Heritage Theater. She is a regular part of the Murder Mystery cast, and is helping cook up some future theatrical events. She is assisting in the direction of the upcoming Deceitful Deeds in Dewey or Don’t mess with Tom (Mix, that is)!
In her personal life, Hannah works in emergency services as an emergency telecommunicator (911/dispatch). She is driven by a desire to serve others by providing a calm voice in the midst of emergencies. She has too many pets and a husband that tolerates them all with great patience. She enjoys painting and photography, specifically cemeteries and landscapes, you can find her photos at BarefootGeek3 Phoblography.