New York. 1958. Mark Rothko — uncompromising, volatile, brilliant — undertakes a new commission. His newly hired assistant challenges the master’s theories. This production turns the 9th floor of the Wyly Theatre into Rothko’s studio for a thrilling bio-drama as vivid as any primary color.

The show is a collaboration with the Dallas Museum of Art. Tonight’s performance is pay what you can.

DEETS: Wyly Theatre, 9th floor, 2400 Flora St. at 8 p.m. Through March 24.