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After suffering a major artistic disappointment in Milan, Leonardo da Vinci renounces art and accepts an appointment to work as a military engineer for the ruthless leader of the Papal armies (and illegitimate son of the Pope) Cesare Borgia. After a brief time with Borgia, he realizes the job is not what he expected, and he returns to art to create his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa.

A Lost Leonardo is a fictionalized account of the time in Leonardo’s life when he was struggling with the question of his identity, and with the responsibility that creators bear to and for their creations. A staged reading of this play, under the title of Daedalus, was performed at Amphibian during the 2015 season. A Lost Leonardo is a brand new version of the original production.

After suffering a major artistic disappointment in Milan, Leonardo da Vinci renounces art and accepts an appointment to work as a military engineer for the ruthless leader of the Papal armies (and illegitimate son of the Pope) Cesare Borgia. After a brief time with Borgia, he realizes the job is not what he expected, and he returns to art to create his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa.

A Lost Leonardo is a fictionalized account of the time in Leonardo’s life when he was struggling with the question of his identity, and with the responsibility that creators bear to and for their creations. A staged reading of this play, under the title of Daedalus, was performed at Amphibian during the 2015 season. A Lost Leonardo is a brand new version of the original production.

After suffering a major artistic disappointment in Milan, Leonardo da Vinci renounces art and accepts an appointment to work as a military engineer for the ruthless leader of the Papal armies (and illegitimate son of the Pope) Cesare Borgia. After a brief time with Borgia, he realizes the job is not what he expected, and he returns to art to create his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa.

A Lost Leonardo is a fictionalized account of the time in Leonardo’s life when he was struggling with the question of his identity, and with the responsibility that creators bear to and for their creations. A staged reading of this play, under the title of Daedalus, was performed at Amphibian during the 2015 season. A Lost Leonardo is a brand new version of the original production.

WHEN

WHERE

Amphibian Stage
120 S. Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
http://www.amphibianstage.com/all-shows/a-lost-leonardo-david-davalos

TICKET INFO

$33-$100
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