Vincent Delaney's plays include The Robeson Tapes, Perpetua, MLK and the FBI, and Kuwait, which won the Heideman Award and was produced in the Humana Festival. A full length version of Kuwait won the New Play Award at the Sonoma Rep, and was produced at the Illusion Theatre.
His work has been developed at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Magic Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, the Empty Space, the Jungle, PlayLabs, the New Harmony Project, and the Orlando Shakespeare Festival. Commissions include the Guthrie, the Children's Theatre Company, ACT, the Cleveland Playhouse, the Great American History Theatre, and a Jerome Commission from Commonweal Theatre. He is the recipient of a Bush Fellowship, a McKnight Fellowship, the University of Alabama's Apsey Award, and an Artist Grant from the Seattle Arts Commission. His work is published by Smith and Kraus, Heineman, Samuel French, Dramatics magazine and Playscripts, Inc.
Vince is a Core Member of the Playwrights Center, and teaches young playwrights in Seattle.