…with pockets full of promises and a heart full hopes we find a modern day siren inviting us to her world of glamour and intrigue. Darling, I Don’t Sell Dreams…, a solo performance combining movement, voice and the element of danger, draws upon Hanna’s fascination of the public and private personas of silver screen sirens. […]
My Heart became this Monster is a self-choreographed solo based on non-verbal communication where the performer’s body serves as a tool to communicate what remains beyond words. Performer & Choreography: Hanna Wroblewski Lighting Design: Mike Toon and Justyna Janiszewska Costume Design: Erika Charters Music Scores: ‘Escape’ – Jóhann Jóhannsson ‘Frá uphafi’ – Ólafur […]
Who is HANNA? Meet the Team
Hanna Wroblewski, described by Graham Watts as one of the top five choreographers to watch out for, is an international dance performance artist based in London and Germany.
Her professional dance education began in Hamburg in 2007, where she trained and graduated with a first-class degree in Dance Pedagogy from the Erika Klütz Schule. She worked as a freelance dance pedagogue and coach in Germany until 2010. Hanna then moved to London to undertake her Master of Fine Arts in Choreography at Roehampton University, where she graduated in 2012 with Merit.
Hanna has since been focussing on developing and performing her solo work, in which she uses movement as her main tool of expression. In her work, she addresses and investigates pertinent social and historical issues and invites the audience to witness and experience her world of magical realism. Hanna is passionate about creating art that moves the audience on a visceral level, focussing on dissecting and challenging the performer-audience relationship.
Working collaboratively is at the core of all her work and she loves to work across disciplines and has an extensive portfolio of working on theatre and music productions in London and Germany.
So far she has created two solo pieces: ‘My Heart became this Monster’ and ‘Darling, I don’t sell dreams…’ both of which have been incredibly well received by the public and critics alike, including rave reviews by Graham Watts, Donald Hutera and Nicholas Minns.
2018 she has taken a break from performing and creating in order to expand her teaching skills and qualified as a 200hr Certified Yoga teacher under the guidance of her mentor Bridget Woods Kramer.
HANNA has performed at venues/festivals across the U.K. and Germany, including Donald Hutera's GOlive (London, Oxford, Winchester) and venues such as The Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Space, Richmix, Sadler's Wells and the Lichthof Theater.
She is currently in the R&D phase for her new solo project ZAUBERLAND (working title), which is supported by the Goethe Institute London, University of Roehampton and Clarence Mews Space.
Lighting Designer: Lucy Hansom (UK)
(Stage) Designer: Joseph Bisat Marshall (UK)
Composer: Simone Sistarelli (UK/IT)
Photographer: Kiraly Saint Claire (UK/CAR) & Eulanda Shead Osagiede (UK/US)
List of Projects
2021 – ZAUBERLAND – New solo show - In development supported by the Goethe Institute London
2016 – Darling, I Don’t Sell Dreams… (UK/London)
2012 – My Heart Became This Monster (UK/London)
CHOREOGRAPHIC WORK / CREATIVE DIRECTION:
2021/22 - Creative Direction of Dance Re:Ignite Project (UK/Hertforshire)
2016 – De Profundis The Voice of Three (UK/Aldeburgh)
2014 – Le Malade Imaginaire (UK/London)
2012 – Run with the Wild (GER/Celle)
2012 – Auf Wiedersehn’, my Dear (UK/London)
2011 – Pretty Little Things (GER/Celle)
2019 - I think at you by Mil Vukovic (UK/London)
2019 - Vibes by Eric Minh Coung Castaing (UK/London)
2016 – De Profundis The Voice of Three by Bartosz Glowacki (UK/Aldeburgh)
2014 – And Time Yet by Amy Watson (UK/London)
2012 – Public Display of Affection by Amy Watson (UK/London)
2011 – I Did a Very Bad Thing by Colette Brandenburg (UK/London/ US/ Los Angeles)
2011 – This Body She Wore by Amy Watson(UK/London)