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Today’s podcast welcomes Brian Cowden, Claire Mahoney and John Jarboe to talk about the Walnut Street Theatre production of “Vincent in Brixton”. Stay Tuned!

Brian Cowden, Claire Mahoney and John Jarboe talk about Vincent in Brixton!
Brian Cowden, Claire Mahoney and John Jarboe talk about Vincent in Brixton!

 

ABOUT VINCENT IN BRIXTON

Vincent in Brixton
By Nicholas Wright
February 19 – March 10, 2013
Independence Studio on 3

Based on actual events, when a young Vincent Van Gogh arrives in Brixton, England, he falls in love with a beautiful young woman carrying a cup of tea. Her mother has a room for rent. Vincent’s journey of self discovery begins as the artist finds inspiration from his landlady, her daughter and a fellow boarder, a struggling artist who sees beauty in every day objects. This is a house full of secrets and as Van Gogh begins to see things in new ways, his destructive nature takes hold.

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THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY NEW CITY STAGE COMPANY’S PRODUCTION OF “HURLYBURLY”!

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