Vincent In Brixton

A brilliant portrait of the artist as a young man.

The Guardian

Before he discovered ART
And before MADNESS discovered him

A young man came to London

To discover HIMSELF

Seeking direction, Vincent Van Gogh will find desire and despair. He will discover romance and raw emotion, and he will begin to unravel a transforming genius which will threaten to unravel him. Based on the surviving letters of Vincent Van Gogh, and inspired by the curious history of his stay in London ­ a revelation of the young man behind the art.

Starring: Martin Happer, Vanessa Holmes, David MacInnis, Rachel Martens and Sandra Nicholls
Directed by: Jim DeFelice
Set and Properties Designer: Colin Winslow
Costume Designer: Roger Schultz
Lighting Designer: David Fraser
Stage Manager: Gina Moe
Production Manager: Gina Puntil

READ: Artistic Director’s Note

 

Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. Photo by Epic Photography Inc.1/28/04

Martin Happer(right) plays a young Vincent Van Gogh with Sandra Nicholls(left) in Theatre Networks production of Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. PHOTO BY EPIC PHOTOGRAPHY

Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. Photo by Epic Photography Inc.1/28/04

David

 

Vincent1Martin Happer(left) plays a young Vincent Van Gogh with David MacInnis(right) in Theatre Networks production of Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright

 

 

Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. Photo by Epic Photography Inc.1/28/04

Martin Happer(right) plays a young Vincent Van Gogh with Sandra Nicholls(left) in Theatre Networks production of Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. PHOTO BY EPIC PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright. Photo by Epic Photography Inc.1/28/04