MGC Artistic Director Michael Grandage directs this first ever UK revival since directing the world premiere at the Donmar Warehouse in 2009 and on Broadway in 2010 where the production went on to win six Tony Awards, including Best Play and Best Direction.
Award-winning stage and screen actor Alfred Molina, who has most recently been see in the BBC’s acclaimed Feud, reprises his role as master American expressionist Mark Rothko who, having just received the largest commission in the history of modern art, finds himself consumed by warring desires for integrity and success.
Molina is joined by breakthrough British actor Alfred Enoch, of US television drama series How to Get Away with Murder, as Rothko's young assistant, Ken, who provokes him to make an agonising discovery about the price of fame.
PLEASE NOTE: This show has a strict no latecomers policy. Latecomers will not be admitted.
Age restrictionAll persons aged under 16 must be sat next to an accompanying adult.
Running time1hr 30min (no interval)
Performance dates4 May - 28 July 2018
ContentThis production contains strong language and real cigarettes will be used.
This show has a strict no latecomers policy. As there is no interval, latecomers will miss the show in its entirety. Please allow ample time to avoid disappointment. In addition, re-entrance may be refused once the performance has started. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
Venue InformationWyndham's TheatreCharing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA
Group PricingSpecial pricing for groups of 10 or moreCheck our group prices and save!
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