"The child must banish the father. Respect him, but kill him," says artist Mark Rothko of his mentors in the 6-time Tony Award-winning play, Red. But who are those masters of the art world that had such an influence on Rothko? And in the shifting cultural landscape of the late 1950s and '60s, who were the artists that eventually moved artistic tastes away from Rothko's dominance?
Join this esteemed panel of professionals for an in-depth look at the most pivotal moment in all coming-of-age stories: how we as human beings must stand on the giants of the past to create a future that is new.