Alfred Molina's volcanic incarnation of painter Mark Rothko is reason enough to rush to the Taper for John Logan's "Red," to say nothing of the involving text and visual audacity of helmer Michael…
Despite the org's award, honoree John Logan is wilder about another Irish playwright
Assembles a wide-ranging historical picture of several phases in the career of one of the premiere artists of the Abstract Expressionist movement.
"Red" may be all talk and no action -- but what talk!
Will Broadway soon be bathed in "Red?"
An imaginative symbiosis between Michael Grandage's riveting production and John Logan's new play.
"The Cool School" is about creating something out of nothing.
For a show that arrives in New York saddled with a potentially crippling load of baggage -- tepid reviews for its Minneapolis and Chicago tryouts; an injured star; an out-of-town closing notice…
Alexander Abela's impressive followup to his luminous black-and-white Madagascar-style "Macbeth" is a shimmering, full-palette Madagascar-set update of "Othello." Transposed to a primitive, isolated…
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