He has been playwright in residence at Tarragon Theatre, the Canadian Stage Company, the NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival, and was the inaugural Lee Playwright-in-Residence at the University of Alberta. His other residencies include the University of New Brunswick, the Yukon Public Library, and Green College, University of British Columbia. He is a founding member of PARC, the Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre, and for five years was associate dramaturg at the Banff Centre Playwrights Colony. He had also worked as a dramaturg for Vancouver's Playwrights Theatre Centre. His novel Ragged Islands won the Thomas Head Raddall Award.
In 2012 his play The Cave Painter received the Carol Bolt award.
- The Wedding Script (1986)
- Rubber Dolly (1986)
- In the Lobster Capital of the World (1988)
- Love Jive (1989) with composer David Sereda
- Siren Song (1990) with composer David Sereda
- The Wooden Hill (1994)
- Running Far Back (1994)
- Fathers and Sons (1998)
- While We're Young (2008)
- There is a Land of Pure Delight (2008)
- The Woodcutter (2010)
- The Cave Painter (2011)
- Firing Francine (1985)
- Undersea (1988)
- The Wall in the Garden (1989)
- Wedlock (1990)
- Facing South (2003) with composer Linda C. Smith
- The Wise and Foolish Virgins (1998)
- Ragged Islands (2007)
- "Award-winning playwright and novelist Don Hannah gives reading at UPEI February 15". News, Events & Publications. University of Prince Edward Island. 11 February 2008. Retrieved 6 February 2011.
- Robert Crew (30 January 1987). "Murrell wins top theatre award". Toronto Star. Retrieved 6 February 2011.
- Stephanie Kukkonen (24 October 2008). "Author Don Hannah explores deathbed dreams". UNews. Archived from the original on 6 July 2011. Retrieved 6 February 2011.
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