Ana Hagedorn perfectly portrays the innocence and obliviousness of home-schooled #46, a newcomer to the Wolves. Her awkward interjections and sometimes tactless conversation starters provide the play with much of its comedic relief. 

Zac Thriffiley

BroadwayWorld.com, Review of "The Wolves" at Dallas Theater Center

Anchored by Brierley Resident Acting Company member Hagedorn, the group gels so quickly that you’d swear they’d been working together for years. Each makes an impact in her own way, with Hagedorn...delivering particularly noteworthy performances.

Alex Bentley

CultureMap Dallas, Review of "The Wolves" at Dallas Theater Center

Ana Hagedorn's character is the most mysterious and quirky of the bunch and holds true to the end. 

Gadi Elkon

Selig Film News, Review of "The Wolves" at Dallas Theater Center

"I caught several other memorable one-person shows. My three favorites were... Let Me Talk My Dreams, Ana Hagedorn’s piece about Margo Jones..."

Mark Lowry

TheaterJones, Named a Favorite Solo Performance of 2018

Ana Hagedorn, a new company member, is Truvy’s new, eager young assistant Annelle, a teenage bride recently deserted and comically frantic to make good on the shampoo circuit. Chattering and ashamed of her uncertain marital status, Hagedorn’s Annelle is funniest when she converts to fundamentalist Christianity and starts praying for the clearly lost souls who patronize Truvy’s shop.

Martha Heimberg

TheaterJones, Review of "Steel Magnolias" at Dallas Theater Center

Let Me Talk my Dreams is a 55-minute, one-woman show written and performed with confident zeal by Ana Hagedorn...

Martha Heimberg

TheaterJones, Review of "Let Me Talk My Dreams" Solo Performance

...Hagedorn channels regional theater pioneer Margo Jones in a spirited solo performance...

Martha Heimberg

TheaterJones, Review of "Let Me Talk My Dreams" Solo Performance

It is a lively production, as Ibsen goes, and that is due in large part to Ana Hagedorn, as Hilde. Hagedorn's Hilde is part temptress, part put-down artist, and she's as modern in her manners of speech as the computers of the first scene.

Tom Weber

Post-Bulletin, Review of "Master Builder" at Commonweal Theatre

Especially enjoyable are Julia Masotti and Ana Hagedorn. Masotti is the brainy beauty, Sunny, whose placid demeanor is completely at odds with her crazy cousin, Lala, played with obvious relish by Hagedorn.

Tom Weber

Post-Bulletin, Review of "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" at Commonweal Theater

Most notably, Hagedorn does strong work as Agnes, the young woman who leaves another man to become Brand's wife, the mother of his son, and a victim of his unrelenting drive to put faith above humaneness.

Tom Weber

Post-Bulletin, Review of "Brand" at Commonweal Theatre

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