Roundabout Theatre Company's 2024-25 Season Now On Sale

The season will feature work by David Henry Huang, Sanaz Toss and more.

By: Jun. 18, 2024
Roundabout Theatre Company's 2024-25 Season Now On Sale
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Single tickets are now on sale for Roundabout Theatre Company's 2024-2025 season on Broadway and Off-Broadway. Under the leadership of Interim Artistic Director Scott Ellis, Roundabout’s new season marks the first in its newly renamed home on Broadway, the Todd Haimes Theatre.
2024-2025 SEASON LINE-UP


Previews Begin September 13; Official Opening October 1, 2024
At the Todd Haimes Theatre on Broadway
Starring Daniel Dae Kim
By David Henry Hwang
Directed by Leigh Silverman
Tony Award winner and three-time Pulitzer finalist David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly) will make his Roundabout debut with the Broadway premiere of Yellow Face, his hilarious is-he-or-isn’t-he comedy of identity, show business, and (perhaps) autobiography. Starring Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) as “DHH” and directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (Violet). 
Inspired by real events, the playwright’s fictionalized doppelgänger protests yellowface casting in Miss Saigon, only to mistakenly cast a white actor as the Asian lead in his own play. This Obie Award-winning and Pulitzer finalist play is a laugh-out-loud farce about the complexities of race. 


Previews Begin September 19; Official Opening October 9, 2024
At the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
A Roundabout-Commissioned World Premiere by Meghan Kennedy
Directed by David Cromer
Every morning at the local diner in a small town, a waitress refills a regular’s coffee. An unlikely friendship develops and keeps him coming back for more. But when he asks for a shocking favor, it brings to light both of their deepest secrets. The Counter is a funny, surprising, and moving meditation on the everyday connections that can change our lives. 
After the success of Too Much, Too Much, Too Many and Napoli, Brooklyn, playwright Meghan Kennedy debuts her next Roundabout commission, The Counter. Directed by Tony Award® winner David Cromer (The Band’s Visit). 


Previews Begin January 3; Official Opening January 23, 2025
At the Todd Haimes Theatre on Broadway
By Sanaz Toossi
Directed by Knud Adams
Broadway Premiere of the Atlantic Theater Company & Roundabout Theatre Company production
Roundabout brings English, by Sanaz Toossi, home to Broadway, after its world premiere co-production with Atlantic Theater Company. Knud Adams (Primary Trust) once again directs this Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the universal foibles of language and miscommunication.
The comedy unfolds in an Iranian classroom where adult English learners practice for their proficiency exam. As they leapfrog through a linguistic playground, their wildly different dreams, frustrations, and secrets come to light. Can they overcome the limits of language to discover what they really want to say?


Previews Begin January 19; Official Opening February 20, 2025
At the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
World Premiere by Bess Wohl
Directed by Whitney White
From Tony Award® nominee Bess Wohl (Grand Horizons) comes Liberation, directed by Roundabout’s inaugural directing fellow and Associate Artist, Whitney White (If I Forget, Marvin’s Room). 
It's 1970: somewhere in Ohio, six women meet on a basement basketball court, determined to shake up their lives and change the world. Fifty years later, one of their daughters tries to understand where things fell apart. A provocative, wildly theatrical world premiere that poses vital questions about friendship, legacy, and the true meaning of liberation. 


Previews Begin April 4; Official Opening April 24, 2025
At the Todd Haimes Theatre on Broadway
Starring Ramin Karimloo, David Hyde Pierce
Music by Arthur Sullivan and Libretto by W.S. Gilbert
Adaptation by Rupert Holmes
Orchestrations by Joseph Joubert and Daryl Waters
Music Direction by Joseph Joubert
Choreographed by Warren Carlyle
Directed by Scott Ellis
Ramin Karimloo and David Hyde Pierce lead the crew as the “The Pirate King” and “W.S. Gilbert & Major General” in this must-see Roundabout reimagining of The Pirates of Penzance. Scott Ellis (Doubt; Kiss Me, Kate) directs and Warren Carlyle (Harmony; Kiss Me, Kate) choreographs with a hilarious new adaptation by Rupert Holmes (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), musical direction by Joseph Joubert (Caroline, or Change), and orchestrations by Joubert and Daryl Waters (Memphis). 
Gilbert & Sullivan’s pirate ship docks in New Orleans in this jazzy-bluesy vision of the crowd-pleasing classic, in an outrageously clever romp sizzling with Caribbean rhythms and French Quarter flair. With the tongue-twisting Major-General, the rabble-rousing Pirate King, newly imagined young lovers, daring daughters, footloose pirates and fleet-footed police, there's a shipload of musical comedy delights on board to dazzle first-timers and G&S aficionados alike. 
Further information including casting and creative teams for all the productions will be announced at a later date.


Tickets for Roundabout Theatre Company’s 2024-2025 season are available by calling 212.719.1300, online at, or in person at the Todd Haimes Theatre (227 West 42nd Street). For groups of 10 or more please call 212-719-9393 x 365 or email