Longtime theatre fans will undoubtedly recognize the solo performer in Leonard Nimoy’s Vincent. It’s B. Stanley, head of the DC Arts Center, founder of Theatre du Jour, and the performance coffee house Jama Rama in the mid-80’s. His coolness credentials well established, actor/director B. Stanley has found the perfect vehicle to represent the Adams Morgan based art and theatre space. He is taking on the character of art dealer Theo Van Gogh in the play which Nimoy based on the many letters between Theo and his elder brother Vincent Van Gogh. It runs at the DC Arts Center March 4-29. BroadwayWorld has background on the production. For more information, call 202 462-7833.
About Lorraine Treanor
Lorraine Treanor has been editor of DC Theatre Scene since 2006. She has produced concerts and plays in her hometown of Chicago, and twice in the Capital Fringe festival. Her daughter Nina Norris is an artist working in Chicago. Life's a blast because she shares it with writer Tim Treanor.
Glenn Marcus says
Because I waited too long and saw the next to last performance, I denied myself the opportunity to insist
that my friends see the remarkable and moving performance by the omni present, multi talented B. Stanley. Bravo B!
An amazing tour de force, wonderfully staged in his
Joanne Kent says
I saw Vincent Sat. night — it was fabulous! The moment B Stanley walked on stage as Theo, I was completely mesmerized and feeling all the pain and love Theo was feeling for his brother.