Hannah Kramer has been an active part of the Twin Cities dance community since 2005. She has performed locally and toured nationally and internationally with numerous Minneapolis-based choreographers including, Morgan Thorson, Karen Sherman, Chris Schlichting, SuperGroup, Justin Jones and Emily Johnson among others. Hannah strives to bring the challenges of the present moment into the body and is committed to the evolution of dance as a living form. She was a 2012 recipient of a Jerome Travel and Study Grant which brought her to Germany to study and develop her own choreographic voice at Ponderosa: Movement and Discovery. Her work has been presented as part of the Red Eye Theater’s Isolated Acts Program in Minneapolis and the P.O.R.C.H. Choreographic Module in Berlin. She served as a two-time panelist for the Minnesota Sage Awards for Dance as well as a grant panelist for the COMPASS Community Art Program and 3M Award for Innovation in the Arts. She has been a back-up dancer for La Femme Extraordinaire, Monica West and danced in a bag for beloved local band, Alpha Consumer. Hannah continues to find ways to bring her skills as a performer into unfamiliar territory and frequently hits the stage as a professional benefit auctioneer, compelling audiences in the Twin Cities and beyond to give in support of organizations doing meaningful work in their communities.