In partnership with Trustus Theatre, CMA presents the one-act, 90-minute play, Red, based on Mark Rothko, which opened on Broadway in 2009 and won the Tony Award for "Best Play" in 2010. The two-man production, set in Mark Rothko's New York studio in 1958-1959, follows him as he paints a group of murals for the exclusive Four Seasons restaurant. By hosting the performance in the Museum's expansion space, set designer Christian Thee makes guests feel as though they are actually visiting Rothko's studio. Following each performance, enjoy a conversation with USC art department chair Brad Collins, CMA chief curator Will South, set designer Christian Thee, director Larry Hembree and the two actors. Visit the exhibition and enjoy cocktails one hour prior to show time.