hana pascal

theatre director

screen play & script writer • dramaturg • performer

Hana Pascal Keegan is a director with over 4 years’ experience assistant- directing disabled-led shows at The National Theatre, The Bush Theatre, The Old Vic and Chichester Festival Theatre, where she worked with disabled talent in accessible productions: “Reasons Should(n’t) Love Me” (The Kiln), “All Of Us” (The National) and “Jellyfish” (The National, The Bush).

Her other assistant-directing credits include “All My Sons” (The Old Vic) and “Macbeth” (Chichester Festival Theatre). Hana trained with Graeae Theatre Company and was shortlisted as 1 of 5 nominees for The Evening Standard’s 2021 Future Theatre Director Award. Her directing work spans mediums including theatre, film and extended reality technologies. Most recently, she assistant-directed “Museum Of Austerity,” a mixed reality exhibition preserving the stories of deceased disabled benefit claimants which premiered in the 2022 BFI London Film Festival’s EXTEND.