Red Tickets at Mumbai 2024

Red Tickets: Join us at the Studio Theatre, Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, for “Red,” a riveting drama in English suitable for ages 12 and up. The performance will take place on Sunday, February 25th, 2024, starting at 8:00 PM. Immerse yourself in this captivating 1-hour 30-minute production that promises to enthrall and engage audiences of all ages.

Event NameRed
LocationStudio Theatre, Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre
Date & TimeSun 25 Feb 2024 at 8:00 PM
EventDrama | English | 12yrs + | 1hr 30mins

Ticket price

Ticket price for Red starts from Rs.500 onwards, Purchase tickets from the official website. Check out more details.

Ticket site

Visit the official website to purchase your tickets.

How to purchase ticket online steps

  1. Visit the BookMyShow website or open the app.
  2. Search for the event “RED” using the search bar.
  3. Select the date and time that suits you best (Sun, Feb 25, 2024, at 8:00 PM).
  4. Choose your preferred seating arrangement.
  5. Proceed to checkout.
  6. Enter your payment details and complete your booking.



1.What is “Red” about?

“Red” is an English language drama centered around the renowned painter Mark Rothko and his youthful assistant Ken. Set in the 1950s, the play delves into Rothko’s struggles and creative process as he works on a series of large paintings, known as the Seagram murals, intended for New York’s Four Seasons Restaurant. The play explores themes such as the purpose of art, the essence of artistic greatness, and the challenges of fame and integrity.

2.Who are the key figures behind the production?

“Red” is propelled by director-actor Daniel Owen Dsouza, whose portrayal of Ken brings a unique perspective to the storyline. Additionally, screenwriter-actor-director Vikram Kapadia delivers a shining performance as Rothko, adding depth and authenticity to the character.

3.Is “Red” based on true events?

Yes, “Red” is based on real events surrounding Mark Rothko and his creation of the Seagram murals. While it is a work of fiction, the play draws inspiration from Rothko’s life and artistic journey.

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