The 2014–2015 Season
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
) extends through November 9 and Golden Globe® nominee Emma Stone (The Help
) makes her Broadway debut November 11.
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It’s about the love THAT takes you by SURPRISE.
Two worlds collide in the off-Broadway premiere of Indian Ink
, the passionate and fascinating drama by four-time Tony Award winner Tom Stoppard (The Coast of Utopia
, The Real Thing
), with Tony and Golden Globe Award winner Rosemary Harris (Roundabout’s The Road to Mecca
, The Royal Family
). Learn more and buy tickets.
It’s about the moment you stop thinking and start feeling.
The Real Thing
returns in a stirring and sensual new production with Ewan McGregor, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cynthia Nixon and Josh Hamilton, directed 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 and buy tickets.
It’s about what happens when you get exactly
what you wish for.
Roundabout Theatre Company presents the acclaimed McCarter Theatre Center and Fiasco Theater production of the Tony Award-winning musical classic by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. With only 10 actors, one piano and boundless imagination, this witty and wildly theatrical re-invention is Into the Woods
like you’ve never seen it before! Learn more and buy tickets.
It’s about Being braver than you ever imagined.
Roundabout Underground presents the world premiere by emerging playwright Jeff Augustin, directed by Giovanna Sardelli (The North Pool
). Laced with wisdom, wit and grace, this new drama is about a young immigrant mother from Haiti determined to forge a better life in America for her unborn son. Learn more about Little Children Dream of God.
It’s about the most fun you CAN have on the way to broadway.
It’s nonstop laughs aboard a luxury train travelling from Chicago to New York City when bankrupt theater producer Oscar Jaffee (Golden Globe winner Peter Gallagher) embarks on a madcap mission to cajole glamorous Hollywood starlet Lily Garland (Tony and Emmy Award® winner Kristin Chenoweth) into playing the lead in his new, non-existent epic drama. Learn more and buy tickets.
AN INVITATION FROM OUR FRIENDS
Two-time Tony Award winner James Earl Jones is head of the wackiest household to ever hit Broadway in Kaufman and Hart's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic. But when the youngest daughter of this happily eccentric gang of snake collectors, cunning revolutionaries, ballet dancers and skyrocket makers brings her fiancé and his buttoned-up parents over for dinner, that's when the real fireworks start to fly.
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The 2015–2016 Season
The first play of our 50th anniversary season.
Academy Award®, Golden Globe® and Olivier nominee Keira Knightley makes her Broadway debut in a new adaption of Thérèse Raquin
directed by Evan Cabnet. In this tale of love, lust, betrayal and guilt, Thérèse (Knightley) and her lover Laurent set off on a violent path that may have far worse consequences for the perpetrators than for the victims.
Learn more about Thérèse Raquin.
It's about how your fears can change you.
After a sleepless night, Eric Blake has brought his family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter’s new apartment in New York City. As darkness falls, mysterious things go bump in the night and family tensions reach a boiling point. Stephen Karam (Sons of the Prophet
) takes a fresh look at the hilarity, heart and horrors of the modern American family. Two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello directs.
Learn more about The Humans.
It’s about getting the laughs you didn't plan for.
Tony Award winner Andrea Martin (Pippin
, Young Frankenstein
) makes her Roundabout debut in a rip-roaring new production of Michael Frayn’s (Copenhagen
) classic show-within-a-show farce that “voyages to the outer limits of hilarity” (The New York Times
). Two-time Olivier Award nominee Jeremy Herrin (This House
) directs. Learn more about Noises Off.
Pictured at top: Cynthia Nixon in The Real Thing. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
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