Vincent Terrell Durham is an award-winning playwright based in Los
Angeles, CA. His plays include POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS & PRAIRIE
FRINGED ORCHIDS (2020 Semi-finalist, O’Neill), THE FERTILE RIVER, TRASH DAY, NOW, and the short play collection VOL. 1—A POST-RACIAL AMERICA.
His monologue “A Park For Children To Pretend In” has been published in
08:46 Fresh Perspectives, A Collection of Monologues by Black Playwrights.
His other published works are TWELVE (TRW) and MASKING OUR
BLACKNESS (Winner, 2020 Samuel French Short Play Festival - Concord Theatricals). He has received commissions from PlayGround San Francisco/Planet Earth Arts and City Lights Theater. Vincent is a proud
gay man of color and hopes his work will contribute to the legacy of
Black theater-makers and honor his family of vibrant storytellers.