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10th Anniversary Season


John Logan's "RED"


We continue bringing you exciting theatrical work with an encore reading performance of the Tony award play "RED" by John Logan. There will be two performances, on Thursday and Friday, November 13th and 14th, at 8:00 pm in the Seelig Theatre at Sullivan county Community College in Loch Sheldrake. 


"RED" chronicles the story of painter Mark Rothko, and his aspiring assistant, as Rothko tries to fulfill the commission for the Seagram's Murals, which became masterpieces of 20th Century art. The New York Times called the play "Intense and exciting...". The New Yorker said it was "Smart, eloquent entertainment...behind its wallop is a lot of learning...".


Paul Austin performs Mark Rothko, and Bradley Diuguid performs his assistant. Admission is free and food and beverages will be served after the performance. For reservations and more information call  the Liberty Free Theatre at (845) 798-1527, or email us at libertyfree1@verizon.net.


John Logan is a prolific writer/producer of extraordinary talent. In addition to "RED," which received six Tony Awards, he received an Academy Award nomination for co-writing the Best Picture winner, "Gladiator," and his screenplay of the musical "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" received a Golden Globe award. Two new Logan plays premiered in 2013; "Peter and Alice" opened in London at the NoŽl Coward Theatre, and "I'll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers" opened on Broadway at the Booth. He also created the 2014 television series "Penny Dreadful."


Paul Austin is the Founder and Director of the Liberty Free Theatre. He has worked extensively all across the country as actor, director, writer and teacher. Local audiences recently saw him as the title character in Krapp's Last Tape and as the Chief of Police in "The Police."


Bradley Duiguid grew up in Sullivan County and is currently the Executive Director of the Catskill Art Society, as well as a playwright and author. He formerly served as the Manager of Education Programs for Waterwell, a collaborative theater company based in New York City, where he oversaw their intensive drama training program in partnership with the Professional Performing Arts School. He also worked in arts administration and advancement at The Juilliard School, the American Repertory Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company, and the Puppet Showplace Theatre. As an educator, Bradley taught classes, and directed and devised shows with companies including the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, Long Wharf Theatre, Premiere Stages, and the ETC School, among others. He's a graduate of Harvard University and SUNY New Paltz. He most recently appeared in "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" and as the Sergeant in "The Police."


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