Hannah Pauley

Hannah Pauley

Hannah has just graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she studied on their three year BA Musical Theatre course, as an actor-musician.
Most recently, she appeared as Maggie Abernethey in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's production of 'Brigadoon'. The production was directed and reimagined by Philip Howard. Hannah also worked closely with choreographer Emily-Jane Boyle as dance captain, and helped devise many of her own dance solos in the production.

During her final year, May, Hannah starred in 'Women On the Verge of A Nervous Breakdown'; a musical based on the famous 1989 Pedro Almodóvar film. She played the slightly mad, funny and passionate Lucía. Hannah is an accomplished musician and the production saw her playing flute and piano. Hannah also appeared in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's production of 'Chess' at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre as well as their New York City showcase at the Signature Theatre, in Manhattan.

Raised in the United States, Hannah appeared in many productions at the Civic Light Opera Theatre in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Favourite roles include Adelaide in 'Guys and Dolls', The Baker's Wife in 'Into the Woods', and Belle in 'Beauty and the Beast'. She has also appeared as Janet Hawkins in the American farce, 'Boeing Boeing'.

Hannah appeared as a featured dancer in ITV's 3-part drama, 'In Plain Sight' under the direction of John Strickland. She was also a soloist for BBC's live concert for 'Children in Need' directed by Andrew Panton.