A Park for Children to Pretend In

by Vincent Terrell Durham



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Vincent Terrell Durham is a Black, Queer American playwright. His voice has been shaped by each of these identities and a desire to create stories that are missing from the American stage. He is a Samuel French Short Play Festival winner and an O’Neill semifinalist. He has received several play commissions and his short plays have been published by Concord Theatricals and Theatrical Rights Worldwide. He comes from a family of vibrant storytellers, and he hopes his work will honor their legacy.

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