Everyman Theatre: John Logan's "Red"

It's not every day a play makes the philosophy of art the basis for an engaging theatrical experience. The company's stirring production, directed by Donald Hicken, featured exceptionally nuanced performances by Bruce Randolph Nelson (pictured) as pathbreaking painter Mark Rothko, and Eric Berryman as his unsuspecting assistant.

( ClintonBPhotography, Handout photo / November 12, 2013 )

It's not every day a play makes the philosophy of art the basis for an engaging theatrical experience. The company's stirring production, directed by Donald Hicken, featured exceptionally nuanced performances by Bruce Randolph Nelson (pictured) as pathbreaking painter Mark Rothko, and Eric Berryman as his unsuspecting assistant.

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