Hannah Bos (writer/actor) is a founder and co-Artistic Director of The Debate Society, an Obie Award-winning theater company. She has co-written and starred in all of the company’s plays: Jacuzzi (Ars Nova), Blood Play (Bushwick Starr/The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival/Williamstown Theatre Festival), Buddy Cop 2 (Ontological-Hysteric Incubator/Atlantic Stage 2), You’re Welcome (The Brick), Cape Disappointment (PS122), The Eaten Heart, The Snow Hen and A Thought About Raya.
She starred in the premiere of Will Eno’s The Open House at the Signature Theatre Company (Drama Desk Award and Lortel Nomination). Regional credits include: the premieres of Will Eno’s GNIT and Lisa Kron’s The Veri**on Play at Humana Festival, Andrei Serban’s Lysistrata, Three Farces and a Funeral and Janos Szasz’ Marat/Sade (all A.R.T.). Hannah recently starred in an episode of the hit series High Maintenance (Sufjan) coming soon to HBO and is a co-creator of the web series Timeless Seasons, which played at the LA Comedy Shorts Festival and Rooftop Films. Films include How to Follow Strangers and Next Life.
Hannah is a Sundance Theatre Institute fellow, an Ars Nova Artist-in-Residence and a recipient of The Six Points Fellowship. B.A. Vassar College, M.F.A. from The Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University/Moscow Art Theater. Her work has been published by Samuel French, Playscripts and Play a Journal of Plays. Upcoming work includes: The Light Years at Playwrights Horizons next year and writing season three of Mozart in the Jungle on Amazon.
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