Goodman Theatre's Red Explores the Work of Artist Mark Rothko
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"Red" is powerful and brilliantly performed and directed. There's an intensity under the surface that vibrates and explodes, just like Rothko's paintings. This MIGHT be a difficult play for a casual theater-goer who's not intimate with the other...continued
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“Emotionally fiery … Red ignites the stage!” —Chicago Sun-Times
Written by John Logan
Directed by Robert Falls
Produced in association with Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater