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Renowned abstract painter Mark Rothko is the subject of this new drama by John Logan (screenwriter of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street), starring Alfred Molina (whose Broadway credits include Art and Fiddler on the Roof) and Eddie Redmayne (The Other Boleyn Girl, The Good Shepherd). Originally produced at the acclaimed Donmar Warehouse in London, Red now comes to Broadway's John Golden Theatre.
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Set in 1958 just as he has received a prestigious commission to paint a series of murals, Red dramatizes pioneering abstract artist Mark Rothko's struggle to deal with his increasing fame and fortune while continuing to create new and innovative art.
Michael Grandage (Direction)
Christopher Oram (Set and Costume Design)
Neil Austin (Lighting Design)
Adam Cork (Sound Design)
John Logan (Playwright)
Summary Alfred Molina stars as the legendary abstract painter Mark Rothko in this new play about the artist's struggle with fame, fortune, and the challenge of creating new work.
Age May be inappropriate for 12 and under. (Some strong language.) Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation John Logan's two-man drama is a thrilling look at the artistic process and also a fascinating biographical sketch of a methodical painter who defied the stereotype of the reckless artist. Those who consider abstract art puzzling will likely find Red quite illuminating, and everybody can appreciate the dynamic performances being given by Molina and by Eddie Redmayne, who plays Rothko's young assistant, a budding artist with a terrifying past.