Hannah Scott is a dancer, choreographer, and Pilates instructor originally from Southern Kentucky. In 2017, she received her Bachelor of Arts in dance from Western Kentucky University, where she worked with guest artists Jon Lehrer, Andrea Dawn Shelley, and performed abroad with the Italian ballet company Baletto di Civitivecchia. In 2017, Hannah received a research grant to study with the Dance Xchange in Washington, DC and present dance research in a field of her choice. Her resulting choreography was selected for the 2017 Cincinnati Fringe Festival, where it received a critic’s pick by CityBeat Cincinnati.
In 2020, Hannah received her M.F.A. from Sam Houston State University, where she taught all four levels of Ballet, Modern, Jazz III, and Musical Theatre as a Teaching Assistant. In addition to teaching, Hannah performed works by distinguished artists such as Sidra Bell, Shen Wei, Gabrielle Lamb, Josh L. Peugh, Andy Noble, Dionne Noble, Joshua Manculich, Donald Shorter, and Kyle Craig-Bogard.
In 2019, Hannah became a certified Pilates instructor. Currently, Hannah teaches at Club Pilates Keller, Southlake, Northlake, and Flower Mound. She also serves as dance captain for the acrobatic troupe Halcyon Productions. Since May of 2022, she has performed on tour with Halcyon in their production of Aureum, where she plays the lead role of the Warrior.
Hannah joined 6 o’Clock Dance Theatre as a dancer in May 2021.