Seen On Broadway: Red is a thoroughly interesting two-man, one-act play at The Golden Theatre—an import from the Donmar Warehouse in London. Written by Academy Award-nominee (The Aviator, Gladiator) John Logan, and directed by Olivier/Tony winner Michael Grandage, Red is based on the angst of painter Mark Rothko, played more than convincingly by Alfred Molina, and a young assistant (Olivier Award winner, Eddie Redmayne) who spar intellectually about art. The action is set during the time ...

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