Red (Logan)

Red (Logan)

Red (Logan)

by: John Logan

by: John Logan

Red (Logan)

Red (Logan)

by: John Logan

by: John Logan

Overview

Michael Billington in the Guardian (four stars) - Plays about painters are fraught with difficulty. Either the hero preaches about art without practising it, or the Bohemian lifestyle supersedes the work. But John Logan's play about Mark Rothko overcomes these obstacles with finesse: partly because, for Rothko, ideas were inseparable from art, and partly because of the tensions within the paintings themselves which Rothko once described as 'dramas' .

Authors

John Logan

John Logan is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. He has received rave reviews for his plays Never the Sinner, about the infamous Leopold and Loeb case, and Hauptman, about the Lindbergh baby kidnapping. RED, which premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in London and the Golden Theatre on Broadway, won Drama Desk, ...

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