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Roundabout Theatre Company

Roundabout Theatre Company is a not-for-profit theatre dedicated to providing a nurturing artistic home for theatre artists at all stages of their careers where the widest possible audience can experience their work at affordable prices. Roundabout fulfills its mission each season through the revival of classic plays and musicals; development and production of new works by established playwrights and emerging writers; educational initiatives that enrich the lives of children and adults; and a subscription model and audience outreach programs that cultivate loyal audiences.
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Interview with Ewan McGregorInterview with Ewan McGregor
Posted: Sep. 26, 2014


The Real Thing: Listen, Read, TasteThe Real Thing: Listen, Read, Taste
Posted: Oct. 10, 2014


The Humans by Stephen KaramThe Humans by Stephen Karam
Posted: Sep. 29, 2014


My Way to RoundaboutMy Way to Roundabout
Posted: Oct. 7, 2014


Interview with Cynthia NixonInterview with Cynthia Nixon
Posted: Oct. 8, 2014


Stoppard as StructuralistStoppard as Structuralist
Posted: Oct. 17, 2014


We remember Polly BergenWe remember Polly Bergen
Posted: Sep. 22, 2014


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2014 Award Season is Here!2014 Award Season is Here!
Posted: Apr. 22, 2014


Cabaret Opens on BroadwayCabaret Opens on Broadway
Posted: Apr. 30, 2014


ANYTHING GOES National TourANYTHING GOES National Tour
Posted: Nov. 18, 2013


Interview with Actor, James Earl JonesInterview with Actor, James Earl Jones
Posted: Aug. 20, 2014


Intimate Apparel returns for one-night-onlyIntimate Apparel returns for one-night
Posted: Apr. 11, 2014


Interview with Ewan McGregorInterview with Ewan McGregor
Posted: Sep. 26, 2014


Alan Cumming's Opening Night Inspiration, Otto DixAlan Cumming's Inspiration
Posted: Jul. 30, 2014


Additional casting for On the Twentieth CenturyAdditional casting for On the Twentieth Century
October 20, 2014

It is my pleasure to announce additional cast members for On the Twentieth Century, our next production at the American Airlines Theatre. The previously announced Kristin Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher will be joined by Tony Award nominee Andy Karl (Bruce Granit), Mark Linn?Baker (Oliver Webb), Tony Award winnerMichael McGrath (Owen O'Malley) and Tony Award winner Mary Louise Wilson (Letitia Primrose).
Stoppard as StructuralistStoppard as Structuralist
October 17, 2014

The Real Thing: Listen, Read, TasteThe Real Thing: Listen, Read, Taste
October 10, 2014

Immerse yourself in the world of The Real Thing with our recommended listening, reading and tasting lists!
Interview with Cynthia NixonInterview with Cynthia Nixon
October 8, 2014

My Way to RoundaboutMy Way to Roundabout
October 7, 2014

In Haiti, at night, entire villages gather around fires and candlelight to listen to folklore whispered by a single storyteller. My family carried that tradition with them to the states, where my six older siblings and I grew up listening to magical and fantastical stories, many based on religious and voodoo figures. I never knew what was real or supernatural, or if the supernatural was just as real as I. In these stories, characters were constantly running from their family and their land in search for a new identity. But in a world where spirits, deities, and God guide life, these characters were bound to their destinies.
The Humans by Stephen KaramThe Humans by Stephen Karam
September 29, 2014

Interview with Director Sam GoldInterview with Director Sam Gold
September 29, 2014

Director of The Real Thing, Sam Gold, discusses the play with Ted Sod. Ted Sod: Why did you choose to direct Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing? What would you say the play is about?
Interview with Tom StoppardInterview with Tom Stoppard
September 29, 2014

Ted Sod: Who makes a good director for your plays? ? Tom Stoppard: That's a really dangerous question. I don't know if it's a simple answer. Somebody who likes to do my plays is a good director for them.
Message from the Artistic Director about The Real ThingMessage from the Artistic Director about The Real Thing
September 29, 2014

This week, The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard, directed by Roundabout's Resident Director, Sam Gold, begins preview as the first production at the American Airlines Theatre in this 2014-2015 Season.
Interview with Ewan McGregorInterview with Ewan McGregor
September 26, 2014

Actor Ewan McGregor, who plays Henry in The Real Thing, speaks with Education Dramaturg Ted Sod about his role in The Real Thing.
We remember Polly BergenWe remember Polly Bergen
September 22, 2014

Complete casting announced for The Real ThingComplete casting announced for The Real Thing
September 9, 2014

We are pleased to announce the complete cast for The Real Thing, starring Ewan McGregor as 'Henry,' Maggie Gyllenhaalas 'Annie,' Cynthia Nixon as 'Charlotte' and Josh Hamilton as 'Max.'
Interview with Playwright Tom StoppardInterview with Playwright Tom Stoppard
September 9, 2014

Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg sat down with playwright Tom Stoppard and discussedIndian Ink.
Interview with Actor Firdous BamjiInterview with Actor Firdous Bamji
September 9, 2014

Actor Firdous Bamji spoke with Education Dramaturg Ted Sod about his role in Indian Ink.
Interview with Actor Rosemary HarrisInterview with Actor Rosemary Harris
September 9, 2014

Indian Ink: Read, Watch, Listen, LookIndian Ink: Read, Watch, Listen, Look
September 9, 2014

Immerse yourself in the world of Indian Ink with our recommended reading, watching and listening and looking lists! WHAT TO READ
Interview with Director Carey PerloffInterview with Director Carey Perloff
August 29, 2014

TED SOD: Tell us about yourself: Where were you born and educated? When did you realize you wanted to be a director?
The Real Thing: more cast members announcedThe Real Thing: more cast members announced
August 28, 2014

It is my pleasure to announce that Alex Breaux and Madeline Weinsteinhave joined the cast of The Real Thing. Alex, playing 'Brodie,' and Madeline, playing 'Debbie,' will both make their Broadway debuts at the American Airlines Theatre.
In the rehearsal room of Indian Ink: first run-throughIn the rehearsal room of Indian Ink: first run-through
August 27, 2014

In the second installment of weekly updates from the Indian Ink rehearsal room, Director Carey Perloff describes the first run-through in the rehearsal room and finding the 'rasa' of the play.
You Can't Take It With You: Designer StatementsYou Can't Take It With You: Designer Statements
August 25, 2014

Central to the comic plot of You Can't Take It with You are the eccentricities of the Sycamore family. The entire three-act play takes place in the house where this extended family lives in upper Manhattan. We wanted the audience to get the sense that this family doesn't quite conform to their surroundings from the moment they enter the theater, so, rather than a standard show curtain, they see the front porch of a fully three dimensional, faintly Victorian, turn-of-the-century house, flanked on each side by renderings of two relatively modern apartment buildings from the 1930s. Inspired by architectural 'holdouts' that are sprinkled throughout New York City, this image creates a stark contrast between the Sycamore house and the prevailing aesthetic of the rest of the neighborhood -- playfully hinting at the quirky family that the audience is about to meet.


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