Red: A Dramatic Look at Artist Mark Rothko in Tony-Winning Play Reviews & Ratings
Overrated and overpriced even on goldstar!report as inappropriate
The acting was excellent. The set worked perfectly. The length was just right. Full house so thanks Goldstar!!report as inappropriate
After reading about this play I was excited, but the play disappointed me a bit. It was slow and static in parts. The main actor was great though and the new Arena Stage is a great venue.report as inappropriate
Excellent performances of two actors who were absolutely powerful, touching and poignant. How do you put all of those adjectives together?report as inappropriate
Very Powerful!report as inappropriate
Excellent play. Well performed.
A little long, though. I must say it was better not to have an intermission. It worked out better, but, it made it very long.report as inappropriate
The performances were excellent--Very enjoyable play!report as inappropriate
One of the best plays I've seen in years. Thoughtful dialogue, superb acting.report as inappropriate
Don't miss this play. Afterwards, go the the Phillips and the National Gallery to spend time with Rothko paintings.report as inappropriate
Enjoyed learning more about Rothko himself, and really like Arena Stage and the set. I definitely look forward to seeing another production there.report as inappropriate
Excellent. Ed Gero as always is a tour de force. His young sidekick also performed well. A very intense, eye opening look into the life of artist Mark Rothko.report as inappropriate
Intense, thrilling show; pitch perfect acting;
covers large themes.
Interesting play and excellent production.report as inappropriate
It was a remarkable play! And the production was well done and presented in a remarkable space. Although I have always been impressed by Ed Gero the other actor dominated the show.report as inappropriate
Rothko talks about his intense beliefs;he cares little for others. He seems intensely jealous of Pollack, uncaring of most people. He is a troubled human being.
I liked the acting, but felt the text needs help.