Red raw emotion to be displayed in month-long performance

January 23, 2013 by  

Getting underway tomorrow and continuing for around a month, ‘Red, a Searing Portrait’ is a 2010 Tony Award theatrical performance sponsored by the Actors Guild of Lexington. This production has to be seen as it examines the life of an artist, his dreams, goals, and vulnerabilities.

Brochure printers may have been used to promote this exciting play to members of this community, as well as neighboring communities. Produced by John Logan, it portrays the ups and downs of an American artist’s life, leaving no emotions unturned.

In this show, the audience will have an emotional ride as the artist showcases the ambition that drives him to create each masterpiece, as well as the vulnerability and emotions that play in his life as he tries to create a pre-defined piece of work that is being used in an extremely extraordinary setting. The audience is likely to feel the artist’s ups and downs and come to understand what happens around the piece of work the artist is determined to conquer. This production will have the audience feeling a series of emotions and moral values that can be used when creating projects in their own lives.

Tickets for this searing performance are $20 per adult, $15 per senior, and $15 for students. It will be available to watch from Thursday, January 24 to Sunday, February 23 at the Downtown Arts Center located at 141 E. Main Street in Lexington, Kentucky. For more information, please visit the Actors Guild website or call the Actors Guild of Lexington’s office at 859-309-1909, extension 1.