Monthly Archives: June 2011

Readings on Rothko

There is so much reading to do to get a handle on the biographical man before beginning the theatrical version of Rothko in the play.  The considered definitive biography is MARK ROTHKO, A biography by James E. B. Breslin. Published … Continue reading

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One Degree of Separation: ROTHKO’S PET

On Sunday, I completed the run of Amadeus at Round House Theater. It was a terrific run and a great production.  After the show was over, I was in the dressing room and a note came backstage addressed to me. … Continue reading

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Hello world!

RED. Mark Rothko. Goodman Theater. Arena Stage. Bob Falls. Finally, after some ten months of conversation the official announcement went out this week. It hit everywhere: Chicago, Washington, New York. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this. … Continue reading

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