The 2013-2014 Season
It’s about what you choose to believe when you’re chosen.
In "The best comedy of the season" (The New York Times
), the uproarious family feuding continues as Roundabout Underground’s world premiere hit comedy moves upstairs to the Laura Pels Theatre! Daniel Aukin (4000 miles
) directs the full original cast in Joshua Harmon’s “biting and brilliant” (Variety
) play about family, faith and legacy.
It’s about closing one door so you can open another.
Now in its seventh season, Roundabout Underground presents a vibrant New York premiere by up-and-coming playwright Meghan Kennedy. Tony Award nominee Sheryl Kaller (Broadway's Next Fall) directs this bittersweet, poignant and touchingly funny drama about the walls we build to protect our hearts––and deciding when it’s time to break them down.
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It’s about the choices you don’t get to make.
Golden Globe nominee Rebecca Hall (The Town, Vicky Cristina Barcelona) stars in this inventive new production of Sophie Treadwell’s gripping drama helmed by acclaimed British director Lyndsey Turner. Inspired by the infamous 1927 murder trial of Ruth Snyder, Machinal is a riveting look at the danger that can come from a life unlived. Learn more and buy tickets.
It's about what happens when you change,
but your loved ones don't.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning play by Donald Margulies (Time Stands Still
) returns to the New York stage, directed by Tony winner Pam MacKinnon (...Virginia Woolf?, Clybourne Pa
rk). This wryly funny and richly layered masterpiece is about two couples who do everything together, until one marriage crumbles and their lives veer in opposite directions. Learn more and buy tickets.
It’s about Letting you Leave your troubles outside.
Alan Cumming (The Threepenny Opera
) reprises his Tony-winning performance in Cabaret,
directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty
), co-directed and choreographed by Rob Marshall (Nine
). Academy Award® nominee Michelle Williams (Brokeback Mountain
) makes her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles. Learn more and buy tickets.
IT’S ABOUT SEARCHING FOR SOMETHING YOU ALREADY HAVE.
Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster (Anything Goes, Thoroughly Modern Millie
) returns to Roundabout in the highly anticipated Broadway debut of Violet.
Winner of the Drama Critics’ Circle Award and Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical when it premiered off-Broadway, Violet
is a thought-provoking original musical that challenges you to look below the surface. Currently available only to subscribers
It’s about realizing that you are in a bit too deep.
In this incisive and surprising world premiere, a married man and financially strapped young woman begin a purely uncomplicated relationship that becomes anything but. Evan Cabnet (The Dream of the Burning Boy
) directs Bekah Brunstetter’s (Oohrah!
) stunning play about the choices we make that change our lives in ways we never expected. Currently available only to subscribers
The 2014–2015 Season
It’s about the moment you stop thinking and start feeling.
Ewan McGregor makes his Broadway debut as The Real Thing
returns to Broadway in a stirring and sensual new production helmed by Sam Gold (Picnic, Seminar
). This Tony Award–winning play by Tom Stoppard (The Coast of Utopia, Arcadia
) takes a daring glimpse at relationships, fidelity, and the passions that often blur our perception of love. Learn more about The Real Thing.
Pictured at top: Philip Ettinger, Molly Ranson, Tracee Chimo and Michael Zegen in Bad Jews. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
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