Hannah Logan

Hannah Logan

Actor, Assistant Director, Author, Casting Director, Comedian, Dialogue Editor, Director, Host/presenter, Performance Coach, Playwright, Production Assistant, Researcher, Singer, Theatre Director and Voice Artist

San Diego, California

Member Since:
May 2014
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About Hannah

Hi, I'm Hannah!

I act, write, direct, produce things... in theatre mostly these days, but have done my share in film and TV too! (Most recently wrote and produced a fun short for the SD 48-Hour Film Fest.)

Also, I can sound like I'm from other places, or like I am furry, feathery or fantastical!

I love collaborating creatively, and helping people find the right people for just the right thing, too, so if I can help you some way, let me know.

Nice things...

ACTING / VOICE
"Logan can replicate a galaxy of voices and distinct speech patterns." San Diego Reader

"(Logan) is clearly a diamond in the rough...creating a huge catalog of different voices and characters is her natural strength... (she) is fully immersed in the men and women she brought to life...all of (her characters) are hilarious and well-crafted, but surprisingly, it is the male characters she inhabits (both in voice and physical characteristics) that are the most astonishing..."Work: In Progress" has real potential, thanks entirely to its talented writer and performer. Catch it, if you can." UT-San Diego

"Logan's fearless performance establishes her as a formidable presence in (San Diego's) theatre scene." UT San Diego (review of performance as Agnes in BUG)

"Hannah Logan gives a tour de force performance as Aggie." KSDS 88.3 FM

WRITING
"Playwright Hannah Logan has crafted an ensemble piece that fills the stage with complex character after character yet manages the near impossible: engaging us in their individual fate and inevitable epiphany." We-Ho News (from review of her play Trailerville)

"The best in the bunch is the finale, 'My New Best Friend', by Hannah Logan...Logan also wrote 'Tiny Trains & Hummingbirds,' another winner in the series." (San Diego Union Tribune review of short-play production "Out to Lunch" at SD In'tl Fringe Festival, 2017)

PRODUCING
Annually produced play festival "THAT 24-HOUR THING" won San Diego International Fringe Festival's Jonathan Dunn-Rankin Scholarship / Creative Arts Initiative For Supporting New Works Award in 2016 and T24HT was also selected by two theatre reviewers as "Critic's Pick" and one of "Fringe's Best Bets" in 2017.









Unique traits: lightning quick wit, patience and compassion, strong facility for dialects and character voices, really want to help others, love helping people get hooked up to the right gig if I can, quick turnaround writing, improvisation, a thing on my leg that looks like it is cancerous but is not

Credits

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Awards

  • San Diego Critics' Circle Award, Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play, Female
    (2014)

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