Choreographer & Dance Artist
Hannah Drover has choreographed works for Kittiwake Dance Theatre, Neighbourhood Dance Work's Festival of New Dance, George Brown Dance Ensemble, and The Garage Collective, and has created independent works with the support of Arts NL. Hannah recently completed a year-long residency as Kittiwake Dance Theatre’s inaugural Emerging Choreographer in Residence supported by the RBC Foundation. She is now entering her third year as a soloist with Kittiwake Dance Theatre. Hannah graduated from the George Brown College Dance Performance program (Honours), and received the Dean’s Honour Medal, as well as the Ballet, Contact Dance, and Faculty Awards upon graduation. Prior to college, she received her training and performance experience at Dance Studio East Professional Division, Kittiwake Dance Theatre, and Canada’s Ballet Jörgen. Hannah furthered her training through summer intensives with The Performance Research Program, Kenny Pearl's Emerging Artist Intensive, Canada's Ballet Jörgen Junior Company, and Arts Umbrella where she had the privilege to learn and perform works by Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, and Crystal Pite. Hannah seeks to enrich her creativity and artistic practice through collaboration with other artists, as well as movement research and development.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”
– Vincent van Gogh
Headshot by Stacey Birmingham
Photo by The Disrespectful Photographer
"Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success."
– Henry Ford