Her Campus: How did you get involved in theater?
Hannah: I have been involved in theater since I was young, but I really got involved in high school when I acted and eventually started directing.
Her Campus: What is your part in the production and can you tell me a little about it?
Hannah: I am directing, along with Theo Saroglou. Together we create a vision for the show and try to execute that vision. We lead rehearsals and create a show from the mix ideas that we and the actors bring to the table.
Her Campus: What is the most exciting part about this production?
Hannah: I think the most exciting thing about this production is the amount of student involvement. It is student directed; the scenic design, sound design, and stage management is all done by students. We have 18 student actors. Its incredibly exciting and rewarding to be able to work with your peers, especially on this scale.
Her Campus: What is the biggest challenge you have with your role?
Hannah: I think the biggest challenge I have found is the sheer amount of information and questions in this show. With a short rehearsal process, it can feel daunting to tackle all of them, but we have all been having fun working through these challenges.
Her Campus: Why should people come watch The Last Days of Judas Iscariot?
Hannah: People should come see The Last Days of Judas Iscariot because its a fun mix of comedy and existentialism–and who wouldn’t want that!