published Saturday, April 18, 2015
Fort Worth — Jim Covault, as Mark Rothko, stares at us at the beginning of John Logan’s Red at Stage West. The stance, as well as the performance, is as imposing and inscrutable as Rothko’s moody color field paintings that today sell for millions.
If you are hoping to learn the secret to similarly striking it rich with art, this isn’t the place. But what you will find at the end of director Dana Schultes’ careful production of the 2010 Tony Award-winning Best Play is a respect for art, the artist and the connection