April 25, 2015

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Highlights From Red Starring Alfred Molina and Jonathan Groff

John Logan's Red, a winner of six 2010 Tony Awards including Best Play and Best Direction, makes its Los Angeles debut at the Mark Taper Forum. Alfred Molina reprises the role he originated in the West End and received a Tony nomination for on Broadway. Mark Rothko (Molina) is a passionate and vitriolic abstract painter who, in the midst of his largest commission ever, is struggling to come to terms with success, wealth and fame. Jonathan Groff plays his young assistant Ken — an artist in his own right — who is coming into his own identity while challenging his master at every turn. Michael Grandage once again directs the production which received its world premiere at London's Donmar Warehouse. For more on the play, click here.




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