"Throughout the show, CTT’s three apprentices (and their violinist) join in: of them, Hannah Wilson stands out with a pleasant charm in every time step." (Lauren Whalen) *chicago theater beat
HANNAH trained at The Center for Dance at the age of 5 in the western suburbs of Chicago, IL. Training in all styles of dance, she was fortunate to compete and perform all over the country. After graduation from high school, Hannah trained with Nick Pupillo at Visceral Dance Center in both the scholarship and work-study programs for three years. In August of 2012, Hannah joined Chicago Tap Theatre as a performing apprentice for two consecutive seasons. Under the direction of Mark Yonally, Hannah had the opportunity to perform eight times in Chicago as well as tour "Liasion III" in France and Spain. Since then, Hannah has relocated to Los Angeles, California to continue her dance education and pursue her dance career. She has been training at Monday Night Tap Experience, Millennium Dance Complex, International Dance Academy and EDGE Performing Arts Center. Working with both Chloe Arnold and Sarah Reich, she has been given the opportunity to perform and understudy with Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies and Sarah Reich's Tap Music Project. You can see her in Rachelle Royale’s music video “Tap Dat” and performing Forever (Operation Taps first concept video winner) with Reverb Tap Company (dir. Leah Silva). Recently, she released her own concept tap dance video to The Chainsmokers song "Don't Let Me Down" which has over one million views between Facebook and Youtube; The Chainsmokers themselves retweeted on twitter "big ups to these ladies killing it with the dlmd tap dance!" Hannah has taught at multiple studios including Joel Hall Dance Center, Visceral Dance Center, Jimmie Defore Dance Center and Monday Night Tap Experience. She is currently on staff at Creation Station Studio City and Bobbie’s School of Performing Arts in Southern California.. Hannah is also now signed with Go2Talent Agency.