David Hansen is a playwright living in Cleveland Heights. Recent works include "Agatha Christie's The Mysterious Affair at Styles" (available through Playscripts, Inc.), "Winsor McCay’s Adventures In Slumberland", "On the Dark Side of Twilight", and "Double Heart (The Courtship of Beatrice and Benedick)" which was presented at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival. Other works include "And Then You Die (How I Ran a Marathon in 26.2 Years)", "The Vampyres", and his award-winning solo performance on stillbirth, "I Hate This (a play without the baby)" which he has performed in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, Louisville, Cleveland, Akron and Columbus, OH, and a seven-date tour of Great Britain.
David is Education Outreach Associate for Great Lakes Theater, a member of the Cleveland Play House Playwrights’ Unit and the Dramatists Guild of America. David was a 2010 Creative Workforce Fellow, a program of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture, generously funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.
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Plays by David Hansen on Indie Theater Now
AND THEN YOU DIE (HOW I RAN A MARATHON IN 26.2 YEARS)
Hit the road with cartoonist Pengo in pursuit of the finish line - dashing through relationships, hurdling heartbreak, and threading through the Five Boroughs in a record quarter-century ... and time is running out.
I HATE THIS (A PLAY WITHOUT THE BABY)
Join David for a trip from when his son was stillborn and through the year that follows ... but not in that order.
ON THE DARK SIDE OF TWILIGHT
An homage to four pivotal moments in the history of classic vampire literature, this work describes the complete, two century epic of the vampire Aubrey Porlock.
Witness as a young doctor enters a mysterious coffee house, encountering an old flame, two musicians with a taste for blood, and the seeds of his own destruction. Sex, blood and rock n' roll.
Latest News About David Hansen
GREAT LAKES THEATER PRESENTS THE GREAT GLOBE ITSELF BY DAVID HANSEN
Great Lakes Theater (GLT) will launch the world premiere of THE GREAT GLOBE ITSELF, a free touring production scheduled to visit twenty-seven neighborhood venues throughout northeast Ohio. The one-act play is written and directed by David Hansen, GLT Education Outreach Associate.
Jan 17, 2015