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JOHN GOLDEN THEATER

252 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

RED

Ended 27 Jun 2010 after 3 months

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In his strongest Broadway performance to date, the dauntless Mr. Molina embraces the artist's egotism unconditionally, and he makes us feel the necessity of an overweening, humorless vanity and seriousness.

Ben Brantley

Closed 27 Jun 2010
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
RED -- The Battle of Colors with Big Stakes,
Mar 27, 2010
reviewer: from NYC
RED is an intimate play about a mighty spirit. Rothko's in conflict, but he keeps painting ... and talking ... with thoughts drawn from his own writings. Black and red battle and in this play red wins, though you know the battle isn't over. The struggle in Rothko's soul is made visible through the battle of colors. Alfred Molina is magnificent as the oh-so intelligent, tormented and brutally determined Mark Rothko. I wrote more about this fine play at http://www.LetsTalkOff-Broadway.com
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