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Articles featuring the happenings of Hannah, and those connected. As we grow, learn, and develop, so does the impact of our life/career. Here are some of the cookie crumbs that have fallen along the way!


September 7, 2023

By Miranda Brown


Hannah, appreciate you joining us today. Did you always know you wanted to pursue a creative or artistic career? When did you first know?


"There almost seems to be this universal feeling for creatives… this fluttering rush in the chest of jubilee and gulping fear.. that they might be called to be an artist. For most creative kin that I dig deep into conversations about this with, the seed of their artistic path started to take root in them as children. I can echo that narrative. As children we often walk in creative freedom. It’s how we learn to interpret and learn about the world we’ve been born into. We study the color wheel, we memorize songs, we draw, we run around the backyard in imaginative play, and we watch movies or shows that teach us how to put category to our laughter and our tears.

I recently returned to Bellingham, WA – the small PNW town in which my youth took place, to visit family and old friends. I stumbled across some fuzzy home videos from the 90s. Archives I had never before encountered. It was surreal, reliving core memories etched into my brain from a third person perspective. In combing through these, I was affirmed in that artistic seed..." (CLICK THE PICTURE TO READ ON)

Portrait taken by Nikki Romo photography in an industrial art space DTLA. 


A scene from the play Women of Zalongo by Maria Cominis with Anna Giannotis as Yiayia Mimi and Hannah Sulak as daughter Katina in the California production. Giannotis and Sulak also appeared in the New York workshop performances. Photo: Matthew Gush

June 14, 2023

By Eleni Sakellis


NEW YORK – Women of Zalongo, an original play by Maria Cominis about the ongoing struggle of women for autonomy, impressed the audience in the HB Residency workshop presentation which included three performances at the HB Playwrights Theatre in New York City, June 9-10. The workshop was presented under the auspices of the Consulate General of Greece in New York.

The play is inspired by the playwright’s Greek grandmother and her childhood memories prior to her immigration to the U.S. in 1915. Family secrets and intergenerational dynamics are woven into the lives of four generations of women whose family line reaches back to the heroic women of Zalongo.

The play, supported by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), premiered regionally on March 3-12 in Fullerton, CA and on March 19 in Santa Monica, CA.

Women of Zalongo has been recognized by the NEA with a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects Award to present the production at California State University Fullerton (CSUF), College of the Arts, Department of Theatre and Dance Clayes Performing Arts Center. It is among 1,125 projects across the U.S. totaling more than $26.6 million that were selected during this second round of Grants for Arts Projects fiscal year 2022 funding.

February 24, 2023

By: Stephi Wild


"...The multi-generational and diverse cast consists of professional actors and students including Amanda Zarr, Christina Carlisi, Anna Giannotis, Marjorie GainesPeter Nikkos, Anais Barron, and on alternating nights: Grace Gremel/Briana O'Brien, Cossette Asenjo/Hannah Sulak, Ashley Reed/Daria Good, Sharayu Mahale/Kaliana Caldwell, and Samara Otero/Keza Kananura..." 


June 22, 2023 By: Casey Lloyd with SWORDPLAY LA


"A swordplay and stunt based fantasy short film in which Hannah will be playing Elaith Rien. She is the last of the Order of Souls, the oldest surviving historians of Olladra, the world this piece is set in. Magic and myth over technology and science is the process by which day to day business continues. They have kept written copies of the history of the world over time. As the world changed and they witnessed a darkness beginning to spread they developed martially. The Order of Souls eventually discovered the source of this darkness and the truth behind it, the Sparfell family.."

June, 29th, 2015 By: The Broadway League Foundation


The seventh annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards®/Jimmy Awards® were held on Monday, June 29, 2015, at the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway. This one-of-a-kind-event was hosted by two-time Tony Award®-winner Michael Cerveris.

Jimmy Award winners were selected by a panel of Broadway professionals including Kent Gash (Associate Arts Professor; Founding Director, New Studio on Broadway, NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Drama), Rachel Hoffman C.S.A. (Telsey + Company), Alecia Parker (Executive Producer, National Artists Management Company), Tara Rubin C.S.A. (Tara Rubin Casting), Nick Scandalios (Executive Vice President, The Nederlander Organization), Thomas Schumacher (President, Disney Theatrical Group), and Bernie Telsey C.S.A. (Telsey + Company).

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