VINCENT IN BRIXTON
By Nicholas Wright Winner
2003 Olivier Award for Best Play
Directed by Karen Paisley
In 1873, at the age of 20, Vincent Van Gogh rented a room in a suburb of London while he was being groomed for a career as an art dealer in his family's business. This heralded play produced by Lincoln Center traces the transforming effects of love, sex and youthful adventure on Van Gogh's still unformed talent, portraying him as he might have been and supposing a poignant affair with his landlady that might have happened.
"One of the best plays ever presented at The Royal National Theatre." - London Times
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