Hannah Box is currently pursuing her Master's of Dance Teaching Artistry at Wayne State University. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a BFA in Ballet Performance with Honors College distinction - Summa Cum Laude. She is a member of the Dance Faculty at the Patel Conservatory and is an Outreach Instructor for the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. She is also a freelance teacher, choreographer, and performer: working with various studios, schools, and performance groups.
Hannah’s certifications include American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum (PP-L3), and Movement Mentors Adaptive Dance Program.
Notable accomplishments at USF include attending the USF Dance in Paris Semester Program directed by Michael Foley on merit scholarship, performing professionally with the Florida Orchestra and various academic conferences, and performing in works by guest artists Ulysses Dove and Charles Anderson, as well as creations by USF faculty members Andrew Carroll, Michael Foley, and Paula Nunez. Hannah received the majority of her adolescent training from the Huntsville Ballet under the direction of Phillip Otto and was a member of the Next Generation Ballet Trainee Program at the Patel Conservatory in Tampa, Fl from 2013 - 2016 under the direction of Peter Stark and Philip Neal. Hannah’s summer studies have included attending summer dance intensives at SHARE Intensive Paris, Milwaukee Ballet, Next Generation Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, and Alabama Ballet.