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Red - Broadway

Alfred Molina stars in this new play about 20th century artist Mark Rothko.

A Glittering Array of Stars See Red on Broadway

A-listers galore turned up on the red carpet to see new play Red by acclaimed screenwriter John Logan (The Aviator, Gladiator, Sweeney Todd). The drama, which stars Alfred Molina and recent Olivier Award winner Eddie Redmayne, is directed by Michael Grandage, artistic director of London’s Donmar Warehouse, where the play premiered. The two-character piece takes place in the late 1950s in the studio of real-life Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko as he works on a series of murals for the Seagram building and struggles with inner demons as witnessed by his sharp, young assistant. After the electrifying opening night performance at the Golden Theatre, the actors and a bevy of bold-faced names headed to Gotham Hall for an opening night bash. Take a look!

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