Joined 2 years ago from Florida
D Henry Hanson is a Director, Stage Manager, and washed up competitice chicken showman originally from Shawnee, KS, and a recent graduate of Marymount Manhattan College in New York, NY. He is currently a Stage Managment Intern at Florida Studio Theatre. He has worked with Untitled Theatre Company #61, Adirondack Theatre Festival, Theatre for Young America, The Kansas City Fringe Festival, Home Grown Theatre Company, and founded the student-run Negative Space Theatre Company. Some favorite stage management credits include Back Bog Beast Bait and Bare: A Pop Opera. Some favorite directing credits include God of Carnage, Robin Hood, and Shipwrecked! An Entertainment: The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as told by himself).
2 years ago
In this article, you will learn all the tools you need to create your very first play!
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