Red is a play by American writer John Logan about artist Mark Rothko first produced by the Donmar Warehouse, London on December 8, 2009.
The original production was directed by Michael Grandage and performed by Alfred Molina as Rothko and Eddie Redmayne as his fictional Mark Rothko is in his New York studio in 1958-9, having been commissioned to paint a group of murals for the expensive and exclusive Four Seasons restaurant.
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In the early episodes, a recurring source of comedy was the Odd Couple-style relationship between the two central characters of the show, who have an intense dislike for each other yet are trapped together deep in space.
He explains to Ken that the Four Seasons is an inappropriate place for his murals to be seen.
Reviews for the London production were mixed for the play but positive for Molina's performance.
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