Hannah Gross is a Canadian writer and performer based in New York. She is an advisory board member and frequent collaborator with the Brooklyn-based experimental theatre company The Million Underscores, has performed in theatres in Toronto and New York, and has acted in numerous film and television productions including I USED TO BE DARKER, STINKING HEAVEN, THE MOUNTAIN, TESLA, FALLING (2020 Sundance, Cannes, and TIFF premieres), THE SINNER (USA) and MINDHUNTER (Netflix). She was a 2018 artist-in-residence at Arteles Creative Center in Finland, a 2019 MacDowell Artist Colony Fellow, and is a current fellow of the 2020 Oxbelly Screenwriters & Directors Lab. She graduated with a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2012. Hannah was fortunate enough to count Mary Overlie as a close friend and mentor. A relationship that began as a student at NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing and continued until Mary’s death, Hannah had the privilege of accompanying Mary to workshops in Europe and of performing in Brain to Brain: A Celebration of the Life and Work of Mary Overlie at St. Mark’s Danspace in 2019.