Seen on Broadway: In the wake of ecstatic reviews and awards in London, Nicholas Wright’s Vincent in Brixton has arrived at the Golden Theatre (it’s a Lincoln Center Theatre production). The acclaim is a bit mysterious for a play that is in fact a high-toned potboiler full of platitudes about art and life. It’s a speculation about a little-known slice of Vincent Van Gogh’s youth, when he lived in London, learning to be an art dealer. Wright has concocted a romance between the young Van Gogh ...

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