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Leonard Nimoy stars in this critically lauded one-man performance that movingly reveals Vincent van Gogh as few knew him. Based on more than 500 letters exchanged between van Gogh and his brother Theo, the play examines the passion and torment of the extraordinary artist's life and death as seen through his brother's eyes. As van Gogh's paintings are projected in the background, Nimoy becomes both Theo van Gogh and Vincent in this compelling, touching portrayal that has thrilled theater-goers across the country.
My late wife and I went to see Mr. Nimoy at The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis at the second to last performance of this play. He was unbelievable, an amazing actor! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Leonard Nimoy loved putting on this one man performance, and it is certainly a different role for him, because as Vincent van Gogh's brother Theo, he acts out for the audience... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Galen K. Johnson
Nimoy's finest performance. He becomes Theo and draws you into the epic drama of Vincent van Gogh's life. You feel Theo's anguish and love for his brother. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karl
I first saw this in 1981 on PBS. The passion and skill that Mr. Nimoy exhibits is a thing to see.
Vincent Von Gogh isn't one of my favourite artists, but this play did give me... Read more
I have been drawn to creative people such as Mr. Poe, Herr Beethoven, and Mr. Van Gogh. All were really not appreciated or recognized for the genius which was in each of them until... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Elizabeth A. Norman
I saw this on TV years ago and was in love with him, now to have "Vincent" to watch any time I want to is so FAB.Published on October 4, 2013 by Sunny White
I love anything with Leonard Nimoy in it. What is great about this play is that it sheds more light on the troubled life of Vincent Van Gogh, who is my favorite artist. Read morePublished on September 7, 2013 by Sci Fi Lady