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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 Music Director: Matt CastleInterview with Music Director: Matt Castle
Posted: Dec. 15, 2014


From the Artistic Director about Into the WoodsArtistic Director Talks INTO THE WOODS
Posted: Dec. 15, 2014


Roundabout to launch Cabaret National Tour in 2016Roundabout to launch Cabaret National Tour in 2016
Posted: Dec. 18, 2014


Interview with Directors: Noah Brody and Ben SteinfeldInterview with Directors: Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld
Posted: Dec. 12, 2014


Plays (and Players) Within PlaysPlays (and Players) Within Plays
Posted: Dec. 10, 2014


LAST 365 DAYS

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


Roundabout to launch Cabaret National Tour in 2016Roundabout to launch Cabaret National Tour in 2016
December 18, 2014

I am thrilled to announce that in January of 2016, as part of Roundabout's 50th Anniversary Season, Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall's acclaimed production of Cabaret will launch a national tour.
From the Artistic Director about Into the WoodsFrom the Artistic Director about Into the Woods
December 15, 2014

This week Into the Woods, a new production of the classic musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, this time re-invented by the team from Fiasco Theater begins previews at the Laura Pels Theatre.
Interview with Music Director: Matt CastleInterview with Music Director: Matt Castle
December 15, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod interviews the Directors of Into the Woods. Ted Sod: Will you tell us where you were born and educated, and how you got involved in the theater as a music director?
Interview with Directors: Noah Brody and Ben SteinfeldInterview with Directors: Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld
December 12, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod interviews the Directors of Into the Woods.
Plays (and Players) Within PlaysPlays (and Players) Within Plays
December 10, 2014

The Real Thing can be seen within a tradition of plays about theatre artists, and it uses the device of the 'play-within-a-play' to raise questions about the nature of 'reality.' What better way to explore the relationships between a playwright and the two actresses with whom he shares his life?
Writers Writing About WritersWriters Writing About Writers
November 18, 2014

To write a play in which the first scene was written by a character in the second scene, Stoppard's protaganist would necessarily have to be a playwright, a fact that left Stoppard in a state of dread. 'I didn't want to write a play about a playwright. That seemed to be the end of the rope: you write a play about someone who's trying to write a play.'
Jim Parsons returns to Studio 54 for one-night-only!Jim Parsons returns to Studio 54 for one-night-only!
November 14, 2014

Desert Island Disc Listening StationDesert Island Disc Listening Station
November 12, 2014

In The Real Thing, playwright Henry (Ewan McGregor) struggles to name the songs he'd take if he were stranded on a desert island.
Casting announced for Little Children Dream of GodCasting announced for Little Children Dream of God
November 7, 2014

I am so pleased to announce that casting for the world premiere of Jeff Augustin's Little Children Dream of God, directed by Giovanna Sardelli, is complete. The play will feature Gilbert Cruz (Manuel), Dashiell Eaves (Trevor), Carl Hendrick Louis (Toussaint and Man), Maurice Jones (Joel), Crystal Lucas-Perry (Madison), Chris Myers (Vishal), Deirdre O'Connell (Carolyn), and Carra Patterson (Sula).
Casting Announced for Into The WoodsCasting Announced for Into The Woods
October 27, 2014

It is my pleasure to announce that the upcoming production of Into The Woods at the Laura Pels Theatre will feature the original McCarter Theatre Center/Fiasco Theater cast. These ten extraordinary actors are Jessie Austrian (Baker's Wife), Noah Brody (Lucinda/Wolf/Cinderella's Prince), Paul L. Coffey (Mysterious Man), Andy Grotelueschen (Milky White/Florinda/Rapunzel's Prince), Liz Hayes (Cinderella's Stepmother/Jack's Mother), Claire Karpen (Cinderella/Granny),Jennifer Mudge (Witch), Patrick Mulryan (Jack/Steward), Ben Steinfeld (Baker), and Emily Young (Little Red Ridinghood/Rapunzel). As you know, Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld (co-Artistic Directors, along with Jessie Austrian, of Fiasco Theater) are also directing this thrillingly imaginative iteration of the musical.
Dates announced for Noises Off starring Andrea MartinDates announced for Noises Off starring Andrea Martin
October 24, 2014

I am pleased to announce that our 2015-2016 Season production of Noises Off, starring Andrea Martin, will begin previews on December 17, 2015 and open on January 14, 2016. Jeremy Herrin, who makes his Broadway debut this season with Wolf Hall, will direct the production.
Thérèse Raquin starring Keira Knightley joins our 50th Anniversary SeasonThérèse Raquin starring Keira Knightley joins our 50th Anniversary Season
October 23, 2014

I am honored to announce that the first production of our 50th Anniversary Season will be Emile Zola'sTherese Raquin, in a Roundabout-commissioned adaptation by Helen Edmundson and directed by Evan Cabnet. I am also thrilled to announce that Keira Knightley will be making her Broadway debut as Therese.
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.


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