Vincent Terrell Durham

TWELVE

This title is now available worldwide.

Production Notes

Characters:

WEST AFRICAN WOMAN: Black, mid-to-late 20s, living in the year 1701.

SLAVE WOMAN: Black, mid-to-late 20s, living in the year 1810.

SHARECROPPER WOMAN: Black, mid-to-late 20s, living in the year 1931.

CHICAGO WOMAN: Black, mid-to-late 20s, living in the year 1955.

TODAY’S WOMAN: Black, mid-to-late 20s, living in the year 2022.

Setting: No specific setting, but each woman should be dressed to represent the era in which she lives.

Author

Vincent Terrell Durham

Vincent is an award-winning LA-based playwright, poet, and author born and raised in Binghamton, NY. His plays include MASKING OUR BLACKNESS (Winner, 2020 Samuel French Short Play Festival), POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS & PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHIDS (2020 Semi-finalist, O’Neill), 61 UNUSED PAGES, THE FERTILE RIVER, TWELVE, and the short play collection VOL. 1—A POST-RACIAL AMERICA. His monologue “A Park For Children To Pretend In” has been published in... [FULL BIO]