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Mary Stuart Masterson
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In a futuristic totalitarian utopian society, babies are created through genetic engineering, everyone has a predestined place in society and their minds are conditioned to follow the rules. A tragic outsider jeopardizes the status quo.
On the eve of retirement, Kirk and McCoy are charged with assassinating the Klingon High Chancellor and imprisoned. The Enterprise crew must help them escape to thwart a conspiracy aimed at sabotaging the last best hope for peace.
I was fortunate enough to be at this live performance of "Vincent" when it was recorded at the Guthrie Theater in July 1981. Leonard Nimoy, as Theodore Van Gogh, really makes the audience feel like they're part of a conversation and remembrance of Vincent Van Gogh through the voice of his brother. Beautiful artwork enhances the show and Leonard did an excellent job of getting good reproductions from which to make slides. The collaboration with the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis is evident in the excellent set production.
If you have the opportunity to see this show, do it. I think it's one of Leonard Nimoy's finest performances and I feel fortunate that I was there to experience it live.
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