Hannah Joyce (she/her) is the director of membership and education programs at the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis. Hannah has developed the new work of some the country’s finest playwrights over the past two decades. Since 2004, she has had the joy of celebrating visionary American playwrights through her work as long-time producer and then Artistic Director (2018-2022) of the Inge Festival. Through her work both at the Inge Center and the Playwrights’ Center, she has produced countless new play development workshops with playwrights from across the country, and worked with hundreds of theater artists in support of those plays. Originally from St. Louis, Hannah has worked and performed with a number of theater companies throughout the Midwest, including the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, St. Louis Shakespeare Company, That Uppity Theater Company, Daleko Arts, and Prison Performing Arts. Hannah’s work is devoted to supporting playwrights at every level, creating meaningful connections for writers with directors and producers, and advocating for playwrights’ voices in the room and fair compensation for their work. Hannah’s education/training includes: BA Wheaton College, Lincoln Center Education teaching artist certification, and Yoga teacher training. She is a producer, arts advocate, and theater artist.