Red opened last weekend at Curious Theatre Company. We'll publish a full review in the next Westword -- but Juliet Wittman was so impressed with the production, she provided this sneak preview: John Logan's Red is a two-hander about painter Mark Rothko. The year is 1958, and he has been commissione ... More >>
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