David Hancock

Performing Arts, 2000

The Village Voice called David Hancock “the most audacious and provocative playwright to emerge on the Off-Broadway scene In the ’90’s.” The winner of two Obie Awards for his plays The Convention of Cartography and The Race of the Ark Tattoo, Hancock’s work also includes Leftover Future and The Sisters of Eve. Hancock lives in Minnesota and has the active support of The Foundry Theater (New York), Rude Mechanicals (Austin), Empty Space Theatre (Seattle), and New City Theatre (Seattle).

Awards and Accomplishments

2003: Hancock receives MacDowell Colony Residency

2002: Hancock receives Bush Artist Fellowship

2001: Hancock receives grant from TCG/NEA Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights