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Van Gogh's Sunflowers

Mee, Charles L.

Vincent van Gogh is alone, with a canvas and an easel in front of him. He is holding a brush and a palette. As the piece goes from beginning to middle to end the small curtains close extremely slowly from both right and left. And, at the end, when the curtains are completely closed, and we can no longer see Van Gogh, we see the full painting of sunflowers on the curtains as the lights fade. [5-6 actors]



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March 22, 2018
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