The Sul Ross Theatre Program’s production of Red will close this weekend. The final performances of the show will run October 25-27 in the Sul Ross Studio Theatre. Set in the 1950’s and based on true events, Red tells the story of American painter Mark Rothko and his struggle to create a series of murals, newly commissioned for the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York. Rothko and his assistant Ken paint together and challenge each other’s limits, asking critical questions about the creation of art and the role it should have in society. Red stars theatre majors Jonathan Fields (Venus) and Dillon Orr (Marfa).

Tickets for Red are $12 for general admission and $10 for seniors and children. Tickets are available for purchase on the Sul Ross website at or by phone at 432-837-8218. Admission is free for Sul Ross faculty, staff, and students with a valid Sul Ross ID. Season subscriptions are also available for purchase in the Sul Ross Fine Arts building, room 106 9 am to 4 pm Monday- Friday. Subscriptions include unlimited attendance to the entire 2019-2020 SRTP/TOBB season and are available at $55 for general admission and $45 for seniors and children.

Red performances begin at 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday, and 2:00pm on Sunday. ADVISORY: Red contains strong language and herbal cigarette smoking on stage.

Written by John Logan; Directed by Dona Roman; Technical Direction, Scenic and Lighting Design by Ross Fleming; Costume design and construction by Mayra Torres.
Cast: Johnathan Fields as Rothko and Dillon Orr as Ken.