HANNAH LOUISE FERNANDES is an Equity Membership Candidate actress, singer, dancer and recent graduate of Wichita State University with her BFA in Musical Theatre, based out of New York City.
Originally from La Crosse, Wisconsin, she has performed roles, ranging from "Carrie Pipperidge" in a fully staged concert of Carousel (Music Theatre Wichita/Wichita Symphony) to "Velma" in Chicago (directed by Stephen Kopel of Roundabout Theatre Company), in addition to her work in the resident ensemble of MTWichita's 2015-2016 summer seasons. Accompanying her education at Wichita State, she has also studied at CAP 21 and Goodspeed Musicals, under great artists such as Randy Skinner, Kelli Barclay, Bill Daugherty and Randy Redd.
You could have just seen her in Thoroughly Modern Millie at Music Theatre Wichita (June 14-18th), as "Jasmine" in Disney's When You Wish (July 11-17th) and as "Rosalia" in West Side Story (July 25-29th) at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma.
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