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Vincent Hannam

Last updated

January 4, 2018

Vincent’s current news

Just finished playing Curley in Of Mice and Men, directed by Annie Enneking, at Park Square Theatre and now switching hats to be assistant director to Anne Byrd's Middletown at DalekoArts this winter!


A Florida born-Minnesota based actor, writer and director living in the Twin Cities, he graduated with a BFA in Acting from the University of Central Florida and has worked with such Minnesota companies as Park Square Theatre, Girl Friday Productions, Yellow Tree Theatre, DalekoArts, Commonweal Theatre, and the Paul Bunyan Playhouse. When it comes to voice over and on-camera work, he is representated by Talent Poole.

As a playwright, credits include Looking for Fun(Bags) (Bad Theater Festival in NYC and the Minnesota Fringe Festival); Frankenstein (Hampstead Stage Company); and U.S. Grant and Lincoln Log (Commonweal Theatre 10 Minute Play Fest). He also wrote the book and co-produced the 2014 Orlando Fringe Festival hit Sharknami: The Musical? 

As a director, Vincent has worked with The National Theatre for Children as well as several community theatres in Minnesota and Florida. He served as a director/teacher at his alma mater Gateway High School in Kissimmee, Florida where he directed The Voice of the Turtle and Holes while molding young minds in the classroom (for the best, we hope).

Vincent is also a proud co-founder and resident screenwriter for Mischief Films, who's work includes the short film,The Fool, and several web series. He also loves the outdoors, baseball, traveling, reading, and hotdogs with lots of sauerkraut.




Twin Cities Reviews (select):

THE MATCHMAKER. Girl Friday Productions. Directed by Craig Johnson

  • “His partner in adventure, Barnaby Tucker, is played by Vincent Hannam with charming naiveté.” – Talkinbroadway.com 

THE GHOST TRAIN. Mission Theatre Co. and Wayward Theatre Co. Directed by Sarah Nargang

  • “Nissa Nordland Morgan and Vincent Hannam (Charles and Peggy Murdock), the newlyweds, are adorable and funas they clearly are comfortable and having a good time with one another.” – Minnesota Playlist

ROMEO & JULIET. Mission Theatre Co. Directed by Penelope Parsons-Lord

  • “The strong young cast is led by Bethany McHugh and Vincent Hannam (reminiscent of a young T.R. Knight), who make a charming Juliet and her Romeo, full of youthful energy, innocence, and passion.” – Cherry and Spoon


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