Red: A Dramatic Look at Artist Mark Rothko in Tony-Winning Play
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The last date listed for Red was Sunday March 11, 2012 / 7:30pm (Closing Night).
Currently at Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage
- Full Price:
- $63.00 - $98.00
- Our Price:
- $40.00 - $59.00
Based on the beloved film, Akeelah and the Bee tells the story of an independent 11-year-old girl… More
Reviews & Ratings
Quotes & Highlights
“Immensely enjoyable.” —Washington Post
“Stunning … Gero’s portrayal of Rothko is soulful and deeply felt.” —Washington Examiner
“The ‘Must See’ of the season!” —MD Theatre Guide
“Two magnificent performances by Gero and Andrews… you shouldn’t miss it.” —Broadway World
“Gero and Andrews work magic with the dark poetry of Mr. Logan’s play.” —D.C. Theatre Scene
“A masterpiece.” —Pink Line Project
The show runs one hour and 40 minutes, with no intermission.
This production utilizes real cigarette smoke.
About the Ticket Supplier: Arena Stage
Arena Stage today stands as a flagship American theater. Arena Stage was one of the first not-for-profit theaters in the United States, as well as a pioneer of the regional theater movement. It was the first regional theater to transfer a production to Broadway, the first invited by the U.S. State Department to tour behind the Iron Curtain, and the first to receive a Tony Award. Taking a leadership role in extending theater’s horizons, Arena Stage has implemented groundbreaking policies and programs, promoting diversity in all aspects of theater, from theatergoing to production.
The Arena Stage legacy of world-class productions includes vast epics, charged dramas, rousing musicals, and probing profiles. From the monumental to the developmental, Arena Stage has helped build the canon of American theater. While they produce American classics, Arena Stage premieres new American plays and supported works in progress. They’ve nurtured artistic growth and engaged the community, broadening and intensifying the theatrical experience for one and all. And yet, in spite of it all, in their second half-century they see themselves as more fresh, restless and dynamic than ever.