Audio Interview with Vincent Carlson-Brown
The third and final show of the Urbanite Summer Season is Issac’s Eye; a play about the tug of war experienced by people whose passion puts them at odds with conventional wisdom. Using the historical figure of Issac Newton it mixes fact and fiction, and uses a clever device to constantly let the audience know which is which. It is compelling and intelligent theater, deftly directed by Vincent Carlson-Brown with wonderful performances by Kimberly Stephenson, Robby May, Tony Stopperan and. Benjamin Williamson as Issac Newton. Listen to Vincent talk about how his early experiences with local theater lead him to make theater his life’s career. And listen to both Vincent and Ben talk about Issac’s Eye, its vision, its theme and the meaning and impact it had on them.