By Leonard Nimoy
Directed by Beth Burns
March 23 – April 8, 2023
At Ground Floor Theatre
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Vincent intimately relates the life story of the iconic painter, Vincent Van Gogh, from the perspective of his brother Theo. Based on actual letters between the pair, the play goes beyond biography of the misunderstood artist who cut off his own ear by revealing the bigger meaning and significance of Van Gogh’s life – a symbol of inspiration, courage, passion, and the lust for life that art kindles in all of us.
Penfold co-founders Ryan Crowder and Nathan Jerkins alternate in the play’s single, extraordinary role originated by Leonard Nimoy. The production also features music by a local French jazz artist, Julie Slim.
Run time:1 hr, 20 min
For ages: Middle school+
Need help? Email us or dial (512) 850-4849.
Performs Fri 3/24, Sun 3/26, Thurs 3/30, Sat 4/1, Thurs 4/6, and Sat 4/8 (7:30)
Performs Thurs 3/23, Sat 3/25, Fri 3/31, Sun 4/2, Fri 4/7, and Sat 4/8 (4pm)
By Leonard Nimoy
Director, Beth Burns
Stage Manager, Lindsey Ollinger
Production Manager, Amanda Gass
Costume Designer, Buffy Manners
Sound and Projection Designer, Lowell Bartholomee
Set and Lighting Designer, Natalie George
Properties Design, Marco Noyola
Technical Director, Beau Harris
Wednesday, March 22: Student Preview
We want every middle and high school student in Central Texas to have the opportunity to experience the power of live professional theatre. That’s why we’ve created Student Previews! We are offering a behind-the-scenes perspective at the making of a show and a brief conversation with members of the artistic team. Discounts are available for students and their chaperones to see the last rehearsal before opening night.
Contact us directly at (512) 850-4849 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how Student Previews can serve you and your students!
Saturday, March 25: First Saturday Soiree
Stay after the show to celebrate opening weekend with the cast and creative team! Food and drinks provided. Be sure to reserve your place when you purchase your ticket.
Sunday, April 2: Mental Health Panel
A post-show guided conversation will be offered to include a guest panel and audience about the play and the mental health issues it explores. The panel will include Nathan Jerkins (Actor), Beth Burns (Director), TaDonya Stephens (Integral Care), Julie Burke (Violet Crown Therapy), and Ryan Crowder (Facilitator).
Friday, April 7: ASL Interpreted Performance
Interpretation provided by our friends at Ploeger ASL Interpreting. Reserve a ticket in the ASL section by March 30th to retain interpreters for the April 7th show. Discounts available for Deaf and HH audience members.
Content warnings and parental advisory:
Vincent contains non-graphic language regarding self-harm, suicide, and sex work.
Ground Floor Theatre
979 Springdale Rd #122
Austin, TX 78702
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Parking: Free parking in surface parking lot.
Poster by Corinna Browning of Ghost Next Door Designs. Photos of Ryan Crowder & Nathan Jerkins by Errich Petersen, with graphic design by Kimberley Mead.
This project is funded in part by the City of Round Rock. A portion of the venue rental is underwritten by Ground Floor Theatre.