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Opening Night:
March 6, 2003
Closing:
May 4, 2003

Theater: John Golden Theatre / 252 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Nicholas Wright's Vincent in Brixton is based on Vincent Van Gogh's early life in London. Set in 1873, the play paints the artist as a brash young Dutchman unsure of what he wants to do in life. He rents a room from an English widow, and his destiny is forever changed.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Vincent in Brixton

    Before Madness There Was Love

    Ben Brantley

    March 7, 2003: WHEN the young man starts to fumble with the buttons of her dress, the middle-aged woman's face goes rigid, but her eyes are swimming with responses. Contempt, humor, hunger, incredulity and, through it all, an outraged glimmer of hope -- every one of these emotions registers in the infinitely expressive gaze of Clare Higgins, the splendid English actress who opened last night in ''Vincent in Brixton,'' Nicholas Wright's earnestly sentimental biodrama at the Golden Theater.

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