REMINDER: It’s finalé weekend for BAT Theatre’s Red, a Tony-Award winning play directed by Beau Prichard, which has its last performance this Sunday, May 5, 2024.

Red is a Tony-award winning play by John Logan that chronicles the struggle of abstract artist Mark Rothko to complete a set of commissioned murals for Manhattan’s exclusive Four Seasons restaurant.

The play is comprised of a set of conversations between Rothko (Scott C. Brown) and his young studio assistant Ken (Seamus C. Smith) about Art – what it is and our relationship to it, both as individuals and as a society. 

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As our reviewer Alia Sinclair wrote:

“The performances of Brown and Smith are phenomenal. In a show that is comprised entirely of conversations between the two actors, it is astounding that there is not a single moment that falls flat in the entire 100-minute run.” 

Performance Schedule & Location

“Red” runs through this Sunday May 5, 2024, with Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m., and Sunday’s last show at 2 p.m.

All performances take place at Kennedy Catholic High School (140 S 140th St, Burien, WA 98168).

Free parking is available. The entrance to the theater is around the back of the building. Following the signs will lead you there.

Masks are required at all performances. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided.

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Save $3 by using the code “BLOG” when ordering online here.

Ticket prices range from $7 to $25. Student tickets are $5. If ticket pricing is a barrier, reach out to BAT at – theater is for everyone!

For tickets and details, click here or call 206-242-5180 (message only).

Red is sponsored by 4Culture through the King County Lodging Tax and the City of Burien.

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Kennedy Catholic is located at 140 S 140th Street, Burien, WA 98168:

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