Written by John Logan
Directed by David De Vries
Now extended through 3/11!
Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Play
Pontifical, obsessive, vain, arrogant and brilliant, modernist painter Mark Rothko turned the art world on its head with his revolutionary abstract expressionist studies in color, shape and texture. John Logan’s Red arrives in Atlanta to paint a raw and provocative portrait of an artist’s ambition and vulnerability in this electrifying play.
Starring Tom Key and Jimi Kocina
"Key's vivid style of acting suits the role... you can't help being mesmerized."
- Wendell Brock, The Atlanta Journal Constitution
Talkback with the Cast
Friday, February 17, following the performance
-See below for additional talkback performances. *
$15 Seniors Matinees
Wednesday, February 15 and
Saturday, February 25 at 2:30 pm
Playwright: John Logan
Director: David De Vries
Set Designer: Lee Maples
Costume Designer: Linda Patterson
Lighting Designer: Joseph A. Futral
Sound Designer: Kendall Simpson
Props Designer: Maclare "MC" Park
Hair Designer: Monty Schuth
Stage Manager: Wendy Palmer*
*Member of Actors' Equity, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
Fri. Feb. 3 - Moderated by David De Vries.
Thurs. Feb. 9 - Moderated by Jay Sullivan. Rothko after Red.
Fri. Feb. 17 - Moderated by Park Krausen. With actors Tom Key and Jimi Kocina.
Sat. Feb. 18 - Moderated by Brian Bell. Art's influence on architecture.
Sun. Feb. 19 - Moderated by Joel Barr and set designer Lee Maples. An inside look at the art and set.
Sat. Feb. 25 - Moderated by Cathy Fox & Rebecca Cochran.
Sun. Feb. 26 - Moderated by Margaret Baldwin. Theater analysis; theater students welcome.
Fri. Mar. 9 - Moderated by Jay Sullivan. Rothko after Red.
AM 1690 Interview: Tom Key & David De Vries
Tom Key and David De Vries discuss "RED."
Behind the Scenes: Talk with Tom Key, Episode 1
Q: Why "Red"?
Behind the Scenes: Talk with Tom Key, Episode 2
Q: How have you gone about researching Rothko?
Behind the Scenes: Talk with Tom Key, Episode 3
Q: In your research, what's the most interesting anecdote you've come across?
Behind the Scenes: Talk With Tom Key, Episode 4
Q: How do you foresee the rehearsal process going?
Behind the Scenes: Talk with Tom Key, Episode 5
Q: How do you think Atlanta audiences will react to "RED"?
Behind the Scenes: Talk with Tom Key, Episode 6
Q: What's it like growing facial hair or changing your body for a role?