In the summer of 1922 famed “bad-girl” American poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay, left Paris with a secret. She spent the next two months with her mother, Cora, in a secluded farmhouse near Dorset. Filled with fantasy, gin, humour, and the plights of being a woman who likes sex (who is also a writer - dear god), Vincent is a lush theatrical imagining of the complexities between a mother and daughter confronting a life-altering turning point they can no longer escape.