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FRANKENSTEIN. (4-10 actors; flexible casting; full length) The story of Victor Frankenstein’s blind ambition to solve the mysteries of life and death as well as The Monster’s desire for love and understanding. Caught between these destructive forces is the strong-willed, yet doomed, Elizabeth. One act/two-hander adaptation available upon request.

WOLFSBLOOD. (3f, 3m; int.; full length) Two women seek connection following the tragic death of a family member, but must first uncover the dark mystery behind it all. A haunted drama about family, identity, and overcoming monsters. FINALIST – Inkslinger Playwriting Contest, Southeastern Louisiana University

Trailer for Frankenstein. Dir. Elizabeth Lovelady. Oil Lamp Theater, Chicago

THE DEVIL’S OUTLAWS. (7-12 actors; full length; horror-western) Three Civil War veterans, of different races and allegiances, head west to start new lives but must first reconcile their differences to save themselves from the evil spirits after their souls. “Imagine Cormac McCarthy, H. P. Lovecraft, and Sam Peckinpah getting together to write a play about the need to shift ground in order to begin healing after years of trauma… Uniquely violent, poetic, scary Western horror is hard to find onstage today, but this striking play has them tied with a bow.” – New Play Exchange

THE MIDNIGHT HOUR: A SUPERHERO NOIR. (3f, 6m; flexible casting; science fiction) Los Angeles, 1948. The top negotiator for the criminal underworld moonlights as the masked vigilante, The Midnight Phantom, while solving the mystery behind his partner’s murder. Clues are unraveled and loyalties tested when an evil android arrives from the future, determined to destroy the Phantom and all of humanity. Part THE MALTESE FALCON, BATMAN, and BLADE RUNNER. ” Sci-fi, superhero, film noir – Hannam mixes a lot of great ingredients and surprises into this script.” – New Play Exchange

LOOKING FOR FUN(BAGS). (2f, 2m; int.; comedy; full length) A misguided man wishes to reconnect with his lost love and asks her to coffee. She agrees, but things soon unravel when lies, deceit and vulgarities are revealed in this tale of love and friendship. “It’s a farce that fits with the Judd Apatow style of comedy while still having a sentimental and even romantic side.” – Minnesota Fringe Festival Published script now available.

SHARKNAMI: THE MUSICAL? (ensemble cast; flexible casting; 60-90 minutes) Everyone’s favorite shark and natural disaster combo comes to life in this musical parody that answers the life-long question, what happens when sharks start raining from the sky? Music by John DeLisa and lyrics by Deirdre Manning. 

A monologue from The Devil’s Outlaws


THE DEVIL’S RIGHT HAND. (1f, 1m; int.; 10 minute) Despite his mother’s wishes, a young cowboy believes he is old enough to take his gun to town, culminating in a lesson learned the hard way. Based on the song, “Don’t Take Your Guns to Town” by Johnny Cash.

U.S. GRANT & LINCOLN LOG. (2m, 1f; 10 minute) Presidents Lincoln and Grant walk through Central Park and must come to terms with the meaning of history, legacy and friendship.

JAY & JULIA. (1f, 2m; int.; 10 minute) Two young blue jays must reconcile their marriage in the wake of a tragic loss. 

TRUST THE CADEJO. (6 actors; flexible casting; 10 minute) A group of kids are confronted by an evil spirit and must put their trust in the legendary El Cadejo – the spirit dog – who will protect them. 

THE OASIS. (2m, 1f; int.; 10 minute) A post-apocalyptic wasteland where water is scarce, the sun is dangerously hot and the camp leader harbors a dark secret. Radio adaptation also available.

The Oasis as performed at the Small Fish Radio Theatre. Recorded Live at the
Swedish American Museum in Chicago.

Vincent has also contributed blogs for Park Square Theatre in St. Paul, Minn. and the satirical Hackstage. He is also a writer-in-residence for Mischief Tales. Check out his full profile here at the New Play Exchange.

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