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Hana Holloway

Hana Holloway
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Hana Holloway is an experienced young American educator and theatre artist. Her passion for writing, puppetry, and devising theatre has led her to diverse opportunities in the Performing Arts. She was invited to be a Porter Fellow for the 2019 Theatre for Young Audiences USA conference and was accepted into the apprentice company for the 2017 Williamstown Theatre Festival. She is now a Programme Director for ​‘Lights, Camera, Learn!​‘, a nonprofit that educates and empowers children through the art of filmmaking which has recently brought her to Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine, and Dubai. Hana sees theatre as a transformative art form that has the power to impact change in the world.

Ernie Nolan Encounters The Devils We Face in TYA

The Artistic Encounters, daily events which took place during the week of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019, were hosted by members of ASSITEJ's Executive Committee. Dialogue had the pleasure of sitting down...

Encountering Sustainability with Stefan Fischer-Fels

“How do we make sustainable Theatre?” was the question posed by Stefan Fischer-Fels, member of the ASSITEJ Executive Committee, at this morning's Artistic Encounter. It really got us all thinking. How do...

Talking All Things “Playful Tiger”

Tony Reekie moderates a talk with Natasha Gilmore, Artistic Director of Barrowland Ballet, who speaks about the production of Playful Tiger at the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019 in Kristiansand. It was an...

Tales from the Norwegian Wood: “Staaloe – to Fight a Giant”

Myth, legends, and fairytales have been around for hundreds of years. You may have had a fairytale passed down through your family, or maybe you grew up hearing myths from your friends...

Sensory Performance Practice Part Two: Establishing A Safe Space

Whilst I hadn't been able to attend Part One of Dalijia Acin Thelander's and Ellie Griffiths' symposium, “Sensorial Practices in Performing Arts for Babies and Neuro-diverse Audiences - A Critical Perspective”, I...

Nordic and Baltic Artist Speed Dating

At the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019, we’re lucky enough to be exposed to an array of international theatre that we normally wouldn’t have access to, along with a diverse variety of delegates...

How Small Children Meet the Arts in Different Parts of the World

Professionals from across the globe came together to discuss how Early Years Children encounter Art. This seminar was led by Ieltxu Ortueta (Brazil), Margot Wood (South Africa), and Hisashi Shimoyama (Japan). Each...

Here’s The Dirt On Life – A Mudpie

After attending a workshop in the morning, I was energised and excited to be going off to see my first performance of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019. With the publicity shots from...

The Perfect Balance with Toomas Tross

"Sometimes it's not the number that's important, or the trick that's important: for the audience, it's why you are in front of them. I believe, I...

Children’s Memory of Performance: Discovery, Rediscovery, and Re-creation

“You don’t need quantitative data to show that Theatre changes people”, says Elaine Faull, to the workshop attendees on Monday afternoon of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019. And yet nevertheless, her data...