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Details of Red and the Ticket Luck value
The renowned American play, Red has been entertaining the masses for years now. The award winning sixties era play has been able to garner massive fame and success. Watch an upcoming edition of the critically acclaimed presentation at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center located in Nashville, Tennessee. Those who wish to attend the series of showcases that are expected to be held can now purchase Red tickets as the seats are limited.
Inaugurated in 1980, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is a non-profit organization that was constructed to provide top notch entertainment and performing arts events to the residents of the community. The building supports a total of four stages that cost a whopping amount of four million dollars to construct. It is home to renowned arts institutions such as Tennessee Repertory Theater, Nashville Ballet, TriStar Broadway and Nashville Ballet. Apart from hosting exciting events on an annual basis, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is also known to provide one of the most comprehensive educational programs in all of America. It provides arts education and learning opportunities to over fifteen million students ranging from pre-school to collegiate level.
It initially became home to Circle Players, Nashville Symphony, Nashville Ballet, Tennessee Repertory Theater and Nashville Opera. Currently the facility invites the residents of the area to over five hundred shows per year. These shows are either held in the Jackson Hall that can provide seating for up to twenty five hundred audiences, the James K. Polk Theater that can cater to one thousand attendees or the War Memorial Auditorium providing space for sixteen hundred people. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is also known to stage intimate shows at the Andrew Johnson for a small crowd of three hundred.
The upcoming Red event is expected to take place at the Andrew Johnson Theater where fans can watch one of America’s most popular plays at close proximity. The play has been directed and written by John Logan, who has provided screenplays for award winning productions such as Gladiator, the Aviator, Rango, Hugo and Jersey Boys. His writings have been nominated for numerous Academy Awards, BAFTA Awards, Golden Globe Awards and Writers’ Guild of America Awards. This time the talented screenwriter/director is bringing to stage another award winning production, named Red.
The plot of the play is based on painter Mark Rothko, who is placed amongst some of the most critically acclaimed post war American artists. The story of the play is based in the year 1958 when the infamous painter is asked to create murals for the Four Seasons Restaurant located in New York. Rothko is seen working with his assistant Ken for the following two years. As they work together, Ken the assistant gains confidence to contribute to Rothko’s work, often challenging him and his technique. Rothko, who is considered to be one of the greatest painters of his time, has to deal with the possibility that his precious paintings might be regarded as his undoing. Watch a searing presentation of what goes in the mind of a true artist. Become aware of Rothko’s ambitions and his vulnerabilities in this creative piece as it makes it way to Tennessee.
The inaugural show of Red took place back in 2009 with directorial expertise being provided by Michael Grandage. It debuted on Broadway in 2010, performing shows at the John Golden Theater. These performances won the show the Tony Award in 2010 from the category of “Best Play”. It also won Eddie Redmayne, who was playing the role of Ken, a Tony Award from the category of “Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play”. If this wasn’t enough, Red also bagged a Drama Desk Award in 2011 for “Outstanding Play”. Become witness to this award winning showcase, simply by grabbing Red tickets now.
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