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

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What's Up, Eddie Redmayne? The Red Star Feels Like 'An Excitable Child' After His Tony Win

What's Up, Eddie Redmayne? The Red Star Feels Like 'An Excitable Child' After His Tony Win

A highlight of the 2010 Tony ceremony was Eddie Redmayne’s gracious and appealingly modest acceptance speech. The charming 28-year-old Brit won the Best Featured Actor Tony for playing the demanding role of artist Mark Rothko’s assistant in Red opposite Alfred Molina, and when he spoke with Broadway.com a couple of days later, he was still feeling “like an excitable ...

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Tony-Winning Playwright John Logan on Trading Red Paint for Red Vampire Blood

Tony-Winning Playwright John Logan on Trading Red Paint for Red Vampire Blood

John Logan's Tony-winning play Red finds the stage of the Golden Theatre covered in bright red paint. Now the writer is ready to get drenched in red again—this time in the form of blood! Logan is about to being work on a screenplay adaptation of the summer's hotly awaited vampire novel The Passage. "I can't talk about the screenplay yet ...

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Red's Winning Director Michael Grandage Looks Toward Evita's Broadway Return

Red's Winning Director Michael Grandage Looks Toward Evita's Broadway Return

After his Tony win, Red director Michael Grandage talked about his next date with Broadway in 2012, when the first-ever revival of Evita will arrive on the Great White Way starring Elena Roger in the title role and Ricky Martin as Che. The British-born Grandage directed the 2006 West End production (starring Roger), but he doesn't plan on simply performing ...

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Red's Eddie Redmayne Finally Gets His Big Award Show Moment

Red's Eddie Redmayne Finally Gets His Big Award Show Moment

When Eddie Redmayne received Britain's Olivier Award for his performance in Red earlier this year, he was unable to attend the London ceremony because he was busy with the play's current Broadway run. "I had a Sunday matinee, and our electrician made a sign from the side of the stage that said, 'You won.' I haven't really been to ...

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Newcomer Eddie Redmayne Wins 2010 Tony Award for Red

Newcomer Eddie Redmayne Wins 2010 Tony Award for Red

Eddie Redmayne , the young British star making his Broadway debut in Red, took home the 2010 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play.

Redmayne, who plays the young apprentice to painter Mark Rothko in the play, acknowledged John Logan’s “beautiful play,” his director Michael Grandage and the Donmar Warehouse, the London theater where he debuted the play ...

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Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Rock the Red Carpet

Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Rock the Red Carpet

They spend most of their time onstage drenched in spattered in paint, so it’s especially nice to see Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne cleaned up and looking dapper as ever for their big Tony night. You might as well call it the Red carpet this year—the pair’s show, a hit in London, has been one of the breakout hits of ...

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Local Boy Makes Good: Red Scribe John Logan on the Joy of His Tony-Nominated Debut

Local Boy Makes Good: Red Scribe John Logan on the Joy of His Tony-Nominated Debut

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Though his Tony-nominated drama Red is playwright John Logan’s Broadway debut, the two-time Oscar-nominated screenwriter is not a theatrical newbie. The self-proclaimed stage junkie spent 10 years writing plays (notably Never the Sinner, about Leopold and Loeb) before hitting Hollywood with a string of screenwriting successes, including Any Given Sunday, Gladiator (for which he received an ...

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Red Tony Nominee Alfred Molina Looks Forward to Free Food

Red Tony Nominee Alfred Molina Looks Forward to Free Food

The morning the Tony nominations are announced, phones start ringing off the hook for the happy few who get nods. As usual, Broadway.com is among the callers offering congratulations and getting responses. Here are the first reactions from 2010 Tony nominees. Congrats to all!

Alfred Molina
Nominated for Best Actor in a Play, Red

“I’m obviously absolutely delighted ...

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Red Director Michael Grandage Is Ready to Break Out the Vino

Red Director Michael Grandage Is Ready to Break Out the Vino

The morning the Tony nominations are announced, phones start ringing off the hook for the happy few who get nods. As usual, Broadway.com is among the callers offering congratulations and getting responses. Here are the first reactions from 2010 Tony nominees. Congrats to all!

Michael Grandage
Nominated for Best Director of a Play, Red

“I am completely overjoyed and ...

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Red Tony Nominee Eddie Redmayne Feels Like the Cat That Got the Cream

Red Tony Nominee Eddie Redmayne Feels Like the Cat That Got the Cream

The morning the Tony nominations are announced, phones start ringing off the hook for the happy few who get nods. As usual, Broadway.com is among the callers offering congratulations and getting responses. Here are the first reactions from 2010 Tony nominees. Congrats to all!

Eddie Redmayne
Nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Red

“I don’t think ...

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Best Play Tony Nominee John Logan Will Paint the Town Red

Best Play Tony Nominee John Logan Will Paint the Town Red

The morning the Tony nominations are announced, phones start ringing off the hook for the happy few who get nods. As usual, Broadway.com is among the callers offering congratulations and getting responses. Here are the first reactions from 2010 Tony nominees. Congrats to all!

John Logan
Nominated for Best Play, Red

“Oh my God! Sorry, it’s so unprofessional ...

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Ready for Prime Time! Red Star Eddie Redmayne on His Colorful Broadway Debut

Ready for Prime Time! Red Star Eddie Redmayne on His Colorful Broadway Debut

Age: 28

Hometown: London, England. “I live right by the Tate Modern,” Redmayne says of the museum where many of Mark Rothko’s Seagram’s murals (a central part of Red) are on permanent display.

Currently: Making his Broadway debut in his Olivier-winning performance as Ken, assistant to Rothko (played by Alfred Molina), the difficult but brilliant Abstract Expressionist painter in ...

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Red Hot! Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Open with a Bang in New Drama

Red Hot! Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Open with a Bang in New Drama

What comes to mind when you think of Red ? Passion, excitement, drama… a brilliant new Broadway by John Logan? If you said the latter, you’re in luck. Logan's new two-character play about the fiercely intellectual Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko and his young assistant (played to perfection by stars Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne) opened on April 1. No ...

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A Glittering Array of Stars See Red on Broadway

A Glittering Array of Stars See Red on Broadway
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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 ...

Did the Art World Drama Red Leave Our Word of Mouth Panel Hot or Cold?

Did the Art World Drama Red Leave Our Word of Mouth Panel Hot or Cold?

Broadway hasn't had the pleasure of Alfred Molina's presence since 2004, when he traded straight drama for a musical turn in  Fiddler on the Roof . The dynamic actor, a regular in films like Frida and Spider-Man 2 , is finally back to his dramatic roots in  Red , John Logan's rapid-fire biographical account of groundbreaking artist Mark Rothko. The new two-hander, co-starring Eddie Redmayne as ...

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Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Paint the Press Red at Meet and Greet

Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Paint the Press Red at Meet and Greet
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John Logan’s Red began previews at Broadway’s John Golden Theatre on March 11. Though stars Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne have now been formally introduced to Broadway audiences, they wanted to extend the same courtesy to the theater press. On March 18, the actors and director Michael Grandage met writers and photographers at the Golden to discuss the acclaimed London ...

Tickets Now On Sale for Red, Starring Alfred Molina

Tickets Now On Sale for Red, Starring Alfred Molina

Tickets are now available for the Broadway premiere of John Logan’s Red. The dramatic two-hander, directed by Michael Grandage, stars Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne. Direct from its critically acclaimed run at London’s Donmar Warehouse, the Broadway production begins performances at the Golden Theatre on March 11 and opens on April 1, 2010.

Red is set in 1958 as New ...

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Red Opens

Red Opens
Date
Apr 1, 2010
Where
John Golden Theatre
Show
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John Logan’s Red, starring Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne, opens at Broadway’s Golden Theatre.

Red is set in 1958 as New York artist Mark Rothko (Molina) has received the art world’s largest commission to create a series of murals for The Four Seasons restaurant in the new Seagram building on Park Avenue. Under the watchful gaze of his young assistant ...

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Red Begins Previews

Red Begins Previews
Date
Mar 11, 2010
Where
John Golden Theatre
Show
Red | Buy Tickets

John Logan's Red, starring Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne, begins performances at Broadway's Golden Theatre.

Red is set in 1958 as New York artist Mark Rothko (Molina) has received the art world’s largest commission to create a series of murals for The Four Seasons restaurant in the new Seagram building on Park Avenue. Under the watchful gaze of ...

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After London Run, Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Bring Red to Broadway in March

After London Run, Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne Bring Red to Broadway in March

As previously speculated, the Donmar Warehouse production of Red will transfer to Broadway this spring, with leads Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne intact. John Logan's drama will start performances on March 11, 2010 at the Golden Theatre.

Directed by Donmar Artistic Director Michael Grandage, Red is set in 1958 as New York artist Mark Rothko (Molina) has received the ...

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Will Broadway See Red? Donmar Hit Starring Alfred Molina Eyes NYC

Will Broadway See Red? Donmar Hit Starring Alfred Molina Eyes NYC

It looks like New York may get another transfer of a well-regarded London play. John Logan’s Red, which is currently playing at the Donmar Warehouse starring Alfred Molina and directed by Donmar Artistic Director Michael Grandage, is looking for a New York venue, according to The New York Post.

Molina plays painter Mark Rothko in the piece with Eddie Redmayne ...

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