VINCENT S. RATSAVONG is a second-generation Laotian American director, choreographer and actor. He graduated from Emerson College in 2018 obtaining a Master’s in Theater Education in Community. He devised three original shows for Emerson’s Theater Education Graduate Association: Relationship: A Noun; After Antigone: A Response to The Antigone Project and his Master thesis, Hey, Brown Boy! Vincent is a two-time Irene Ryan Nominee and Semi-Finalist for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1 and placed first at the 2015 NATS Boston Song Festival. Some of his favorite directing credits include: The Drowsy Chaperone; It Shoulda Been You; Cabaret; Into the Woods and Little Shop of Horrors.