Sun, Apr 19 - 2pm performance performed in French
"insightful... [Vincent] transcends the usual clichés surrounding
the high-maintenance artist"
- Los Angeles Times
Vincent van Gogh is dead. His brother, Theo, who was too overcome with grief to speak at the memorial, has invited artists, friends and anyone who would listen to him to an evening of shared memories of his beloved brother.
Author Leonard Nimoy paints a thoughtful imaginary scenario about one of the most famous names in the art world, using excerpts and reminiscences from more than 500 letters exchanged between Vincent van Gogh and his brother Theo. Vincent is brought to life in a riveting one-man performance by acclaimed French actor Jean-Michel Richaud.