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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LAST 30 DAYS

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


Roundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and FoodRoundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and Food
Posted: Apr. 4, 2014


Interview with Actor, Joshua HenryInterview with Actor, Joshua Henry
Posted: Mar. 26, 2014


In the recording studio with the cast of VioletIn the recording studio with the cast of Violet
Posted: Apr. 8, 2014


Dinner With Friends closes Off-BroadwayDinner With Friends closes Off-Broadway
Posted: Apr. 18, 2014


Interview with Composer, Jeanine TesoriInterview with Composer, Jeanine Tesori
Posted: Mar. 25, 2014


 We remember James Rebhorn We remember James Rebhorn
Posted: Mar. 24, 2014


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


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


Roundabout UndergroundRoundabout Underground
Posted: Aug. 9, 2013


Interview with Lyndsey Turner, DirectorInterview with Lyndsey Turner, Director
Posted: Dec. 13, 2013


CABARET Revival NewsCABARET Revival News
Posted: Sep. 25, 2013


Roundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and FoodRoundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and Food
Posted: Apr. 4, 2014


Interview with Actor, Joshua HenryInterview with Actor, Joshua Henry
Posted: Mar. 26, 2014


Dinner With Friends closes Off-BroadwayDinner With Friends closes Off-Broadway
April 18, 2014

Dinner With Friends, the second production at the Laura Pels Theatre in our 2013-2014 Season brought Donald Margulies' Pultizer Prize-winning play back to the New York stage. This production played a total of 99 performances from first preview on January 17 through closing night on April 13.
Intimate Apparel returns for one-night-onlyIntimate Apparel returns for one-night-only
April 11, 2014

I am excited to announce that we will produce a one-night-only special benefit reading of the Steinberg Center's inaugural production, Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage. Daniel Sullivan will return to direct this reading on June 15 at the Laura Pels Theatre.
In the recording studio with the cast of VioletIn the recording studio with the cast of Violet
April 8, 2014

On Monday, April 7 the cast of 'Violet' went into the studio to record a 2-disc set with PS Classics. We documented their day on Storify. View a slideshow below, or on Storify.
Roundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and FoodRoundabout Blog - Dinner with Friends: Theatre and Food
April 4, 2014

Interview with Actor, Joshua HenryInterview with Actor, Joshua Henry
March 26, 2014

Actor Joshua Henry spoke with Education Dramaturg, Ted Sod to discuss his thoughts on his role as Flick before starting rehearsals for Violet.
Interview with Director, Leigh SilvermanInterview with Director, Leigh Silverman
March 26, 2014

Roundabout's Education Dramaturg, Ted Sod, asked Director Leigh Silverman about the process of working on Violet.
Interview with Librettist, Brian CrawleyInterview with Librettist, Brian Crawley
March 26, 2014

Librettist and lyricist Brian Crawley talked with Education Dramaturg Ted Sod about his experience in developing Violet.
Interview with Composer, Jeanine TesoriInterview with Composer, Jeanine Tesori
March 25, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod asked Composer Jeanine Tesori about the process of creating Violet.
From the Artistic Director about VioletFrom the Artistic Director about Violet
March 25, 2014

The musical Violet, with music by Jeanine Tesori and book & lyrics by Brian Crawley, directed by Leigh Silverman begins previews this week at the American Airlines Theatre.
 We remember James Rebhorn We remember James Rebhorn
March 24, 2014

Todd Haimes and the entire Roundabout Theatre Company staff mourn the loss of an extraordinarily talented member of our family, James Rebhorn. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.
Message from the Artistic Director about CabaretMessage from the Artistic Director about Cabaret
March 19, 2014

When it comes to Cabaret, I hardly know where to begin. This musical has been a part of my life for twenty years, and it's probably impossible to fully describe how important it has been to me personally and to this theatre.
Cabaret in Pictures: 1998-2004Cabaret in Pictures: 1998-2004
March 19, 2014

We dug through our archives to unveil the history our 1998 revival of Cabaret. Take a look through the years as we trace back to the first preview of our multi award-winning production.
We remember Gene FeistWe remember Gene Feist
March 18, 2014

Todd Haimes and the entire Roundabout Theatre Company staff mourn the loss of founding director, Gene Feist, who passed away Monday at the Lillian Booth Actor's Home in New Jersey.
Interview with Librettist, Joe MasteroffInterview with Librettist, Joe Masteroff
March 13, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod spoke with Joe Masteroff, originalCabaret librettist, about his experience and journey with this musical.
Interview with Actor, Alan CummingInterview with Actor, Alan Cumming
March 12, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod spoke with Alan Cumming to discuss his role as the Emcee in Cabaret.
Machinal closes on BroadwayMachinal closes on Broadway
March 10, 2014

Interview with Composer, John KanderInterview with Composer, John Kander
March 10, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod met with composer John Kander to discuss his work on Cabaret.
Spotlight: Seymour 'Red' PressSpotlight: Seymour 'Red' Press
February 26, 2014

Seymour 'Red' Press, Music Coordinator of our highly anticipated musical Violet turns 90 years old today! To celebrate, we have put together a photo gallery to honor some of his amazing achievements as a Music Coordinator working on some of the most successful productions at Roundabout Theatre Company.
Machinal Reading ListMachinal Reading List
February 21, 2014

Immerse yourself in the world of Machinal with our cast and creative teams' recommended reading list.
Marriage on StageMarriage on Stage
February 14, 2014

Dinner with Friends offers an intimate view of two marriages and four friendships, examining the loyalties, fears, passions, and habits that keep couples and friends together. Marriage is a popular onstage subject, the backbone for many of the last century's most iconic plays. Domestic drama as we know it today may be traced back to Henrik Ibsen's 1879 play A Doll's House. The play, which follows an unequal and eventually unsustainable marriage, was a radical critique of 19th-century marriage norms and set the stage for the realistic plays (many of them domestic) of the 20th century. Below are a few examples of notable marriage-centric plays from the last hundred years. Whether funny or heartbreaking, they are inherently, undoubtedly dramatic.