Leslie Vincent

Last updated

October 31, 2019

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Currently performing Geminae at the Twin Cities Horror Festival. 

A routine mission goes awry when astronaut Cassie Matheson sees something impossible in her shuttle. At mission control, her sister Helen fights to bring her home. When the unthinkable happens, they learn just how unbreakable the bond between them is, with chilling consequences.

Up Next:

A Very Die Hard Christmas 
Directed by Brad Erickson
“Yippee Ki Yay, Father Christmas!" Back for the eighth year comes the holiday treat with all the trimmings: singing, dancing, and bloodshed! Don't miss this yuletide tradition combining the action and suspense of Die Hard with the sentiment of everyone's favorite TV Christmas specials loaded with music, magic, and mayhem!

Tickets available here.


Leslie Vincent is a Twin Cities based actor/singer who hails from Washington, D.C. Since her move here in 2013, she has worked professionally at many of the local stages including Old Log Theatre, Park Square, History Theatre, Artistry, Umbrella Collective, the Twin Cities Horror Festival, and others. She is half of the female jazz duo The Champagne Drops and is a local singer/songwriter and cabaret performer in the community.

What's been said of her:

"Everything seems to make sense, though, when Vincent’s onstage. Fortunately, that’s often. She triumphs with a deadpan performance as a cad who knows what she is..." - City Pages, Jefferson Township Sparkling Junior Talent Pageant , Park Square Theatre

"Leslie Vincent is frighteningly perfect as the small town beauty queen hanging on to her crown with all her might." -  MN Theatre Love, Jefferson Township Sparkling Junior Talent Pageant , Park Square Theatre

"Leslie Vincent plays the owner of a local nightclub named Henrietta LaBisse and is a spitfire of a character. She gave an uproarious performance earning plenty of laughs from the audience." - Brett Burger, Broadway World on Victor/Victoria, Artistry

"Leslie Vincent was stellar as Grace Slick in “Somebody to Love” by Jefferson Airplane..." - Paige Kieffer, Sun Sailor on Beehive, Old Log Theatre