November 6, 2013 - December 8, 2013
By John Logan
Directed by Donald Hicken
AN ABSORBING PLAY ABOUT MARK ROTHKO. BRUCE NELSON SHINES AS THE ABSTRACT PAINTER...THIS IS ONE OF THE ACTOR'S MOST ASSURED, MULTILAYERED PERFORMANCES.
- Baltimore Sun
ONE OF THE BEST PLAYS I'VE SEEN ANYWHERE IN A LONG TIME.
- Marc Steiner (The Marc Steiner Show)
DIRECTOR DONALD HICKEN HAS DONE A BRILLIANT JOB WITH TWO FINE ACTORS FROM EVERYMAN'S RESIDENT COMPANY. 'RED' EMBRACES YOU AND ENGAGES YOU...EVERYMAN THEATRE CONTINUES TO PRODUCE SOME OF THE FINEST PRODUCTIONS ANYWHERE AND 'RED' IS NO EXCEPTION.
- MD Theatre Guide
BERRYMAN AND NELSON MAKE THE PERFECT TEAM IN THIS DYNAMIC PRODUCTION...THE MUST-SEE SHOW OF THE SEASON!
- DC Metro Theatre Arts
A FIRST-RATE PRODUCTION...A DYNAMIC BALTIMORE PREMIERE!
DAZZLING...MR. BERRYMAN IS A LIVELY EXCLAMATION POINT TO MR. NELSON'S ELLIPSIS. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
- DC Theatre Scene
Winner of six 2010 Tony Awards, including Best Play, Red sends you crashing into the vivid and visceral mind of an artistic genius - abstract expressionist Mark Rothko. Set against the changing landscape of the early 1960s, the celebrated artist has just landed his biggest commission: a series of massive murals for New York's posh Four Seasons Restaurant. In the midst of his creation, Rothko's young, new assistant questions his artistic integrity, forcing the famed artist to confront the possibility that his crowning achievement could be his ultimate downfall. A searing portrait of an artist's determination and vulnerability, Red is a stirring and captivating story of one of the most celebrated artists in modern times.