RED by John Logan
Art vs. Money
Abstract Expressionism vs. Pop Art
Student vs. Teacher
RED vs. BLACK
These are the battles waged daily in the mind of Mark Rothko, world-renowned Abstract Expressionist painter.
The TIME: 1957
The SETTING: Rothko's dimly lit studio at 222 Bowery, New York City
The CHALLENGE: Paint a series of murals for the newly opened Four Seasons Restuarant in the Seagram Building without feeling that you have sold your artistic soul for a $35,000.00 check- the largest commission paid to any artist at that time!
Mark Rothko has just hired a new studio assistant, Ken, to help him met his deadline.
Things aren't going very well...
"Intense and exciting...a portrait of an angry and brillant mind." - NY Times
"Smart, eloquent entertainment." -The New Yorker
"John Logan sends American abstract expresssionist painter Mark Rothko into battle with his demons in this electrifying play of ideas, and the artist's howls are pure music." -Variety
"RED" is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
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