The 2012-2013 Season
Now playing at the american airlines theatre
An electrifying new production of Clifford Odets’s classic tale about keeping your integrity in the face of success, starring Emmy Award–winner and Tony Award®-–nominee Bobby Cannavale (The Mother_____ with the Hat
, Nurse Jackie
), and directed by Tony Award–winner Doug Hughes (Roundabout’s Mrs. Warren’s Profession
). Learn more
Beginning may 31 at the Laura Pels Theatre at
the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Tom did the time for his white-collar crime. Now, he’s determined to win back the respect he believes he deserves—even if that means ripping apart the new life his family has put together. From playwright Steven Levenson (Roundabout’s acclaimed The Language of Trees
) comes this funny, raw and moving premiere about the price of defaulting on those we love. Scott Ellis directs. Learn more
It’s about standing up for family…
even when you can’t stand your family.
After a sold out run last season at the Black Box Theatre, the uproarious family feuding continues as Roundabout Underground’s world premiere hit comedy Bad Jews
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.
Currently only available to subscribers.
It’s about The choices you make for the people you love.
Tony Award winner Roger Rees (Indiscretions
) and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Man of La Mancha
) star in Terence Rattigan's classic play directed by Lindsay Posner (West End’s Noises Off, Carousel
). This exploration of family devotion beautifully illustrates the costs of unconditional love and the rewards that make the effort priceless. Currently only available to subscribers.
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
) comes to Broadway for the first
time. Wryly funny and richly layered, Dinner With Friends
is a masterpiece about two couples who do everything together, until one marriage crumbles and their lives veer in opposite directions. Tony nominee Pam MacKinnon (Clybourne Park
) directs. Currently only available to subscribers.
It’s about the moment you stop thinking and start feeling.
The Real Thing
returns to Broadway in a stirring and sensual new production helmed by Sam Gold (Roundabout’s Picnic, Seminar
). Delectably witty and deeply affecting, 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. Currently only available 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 only available to subscribers.
Roundabout on the Road
The Anything Goes National Tour set sail on October 2 at the Palace Theatre in Cleveland with Rachel York, best known for her critically acclaimed Broadway performances in City of Angels, Les Misérables, Victor/Victoria (Drama Desk Award) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, as Reno Sweeney. Anything Goes will cruise into more than 21 other cities during the 2012–2013 season, including the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. For the full tour schedule and other information, click here.
Pictured at top: Chip Zien, Bobby Cannavale, Richard Kind and Reg Rogers in The Big Knife. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
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