Maureen Hunter's riveting play, Vinci, is a witty piece set in 15th century Italy. A local priest finds he must choose what's best for Leonardo, a child born out of wedlock. With strongly different opinions expressed by community members, he finds himself caught between those who suggest Leonardo was a gift from God and others who see the boy as the product of witchcraft.

Live stage production - 2004

Theatre New Brunswick
RH. Thomson, Director


Gabe Bettio as Bartolomeo
Stavroula Logothettis as Caterina

Musical underscore and
sound design by
Meiro Stamm

Music mixed by
Peter Goodale

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