April 8, 2011 | Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater
Vincent
Composer:Bernard Rands
Librettist:J.D. McClatchy
Synopsis
Set in late 19th-century Europe
Vincent van Gogh, now acknowledged as one of the greatest artists of all time, was a complex and driven man. Painting was how he sought God, and color gave expression to his tumultuous search. This riveting new opera explores the drama of his private vision and the extremes to which it drove him, culminating in his haunting madness, as well as in his triumph as an artist who gave the world a new image of itself.

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
01:50

Number of Acts
2

Original Cast
David Adam Moore (Vincent van Gogh)
Theo van Gogh (Jacob Williams)
Theodorus van Gogh (Luke Williams)
Gallery Director (Zachary Coates)
Elizabeth Toy (Sien)
Rainelle Krause (Anna)
Krista Costin (Agostina Segatori)
Hirotaka Kato (Paul Gauguin)
Corey Bonar (Dr. Peyron)



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