Past Shows

Past Shows 1986-1995

1994-1995

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THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams
(Starring Julie Harris, Zeljko Ivanek, Calista Flockhart and Kevin Kilner)
Directed by Frank Galati
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play—Kevin Kilner
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Debut of an Actor—Kevin Kilner
Theatre World Awards—Calista Flockhart and Kevin Kilner

THE MOLIERE COMEDIESThe School for Husbands and The Imaginary Cuckold
(Starring Brian Bedford)
Directed by Michael Langham
Tony Award nomination for Best Revival
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play—Brian Bedford
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play—Suzanne Bertish
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Revival/Reinterpretation
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Revival of a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Actor—Brian Bedford
Zeljko Ivanek, Julie Harris & Calista Flockhart in The Glass Menagerie. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY by Ivan Turgenev
(Starring Helen Mirren, Ron Rifkin and F. Murray Abraham)
Directed by Scott Ellis
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play—Helen Mirren
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play—Helen Mirren
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play—Alessandro Nivola
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Set Design—Santo Loquasto
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Debut of an Actress—Helen Mirren
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Revival of a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Design
- Santo Loquasto, Jane Greenwood and Brian Nason
Theatre World Award—Helen Mirren

THE PLAY'S THE THING by Ferenc Molnar
Directed by Gloria Muzio

COMPANY
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
(starring Boyd Gaines, Deborah Monk, Veanne Cox, Jane Krakowski) 
Directed by Scott Ellis
Buy the Roundabout Cast Recording
Tony Award nomination for Best Musical Revival
Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical—Veanne Cox
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress in Musical—Veanne Cox
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Choreography—Rob Marshall

 

1993-1994

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RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN'S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING
(Starring Victoria Clark, Gregg Edelman, Jason Graae, Alyson Reed, Lynne Winterstellar) 
Buy the Roundabout Cast Recording
Tony Award nomination for Best Book of a Musical
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Revue
Boyd Gaines & the cast of Company. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

NO MAN'S LAND by Harold Pinter
(starring Christopher Plummer and Jason Robards)
Directed by Walter Bobbie
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play—Christopher Plummer
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Play—Christopher Plummer
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Play—Christopher Plummer

 

PICNIC by William Inge
(starring Ashley Judd, Tate Donovan, Debra Monk, Polly Holliday and Anne Pitoniak)
Directed by Scott Ellis
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play—Larry Bryggman
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play—Debra Monk
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play—Anne Pitoniak
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Revival of a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Play—Scott Ellis
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Debut of an Actress—Ashley Judd
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Debut of an Actor—Kyle Chandler

HEDDA GABLER by Henrik Ibsen
(starring Kelly McGillis)
Directed by Sarah Pia Anderson

PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME! by Brian Friel
(starring Robert Sean Leonard, Jim True, Milo O'Shea, and Pauline Flanagan) Directed by Joe Dowling

 

1992-1993

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THE SHOW-OFF by George Kelly
(starring Pat Carroll)
Directed by Brian Murray

ANNA CHRISTIE by Eugene O'Neill
(starring Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson)
Directed by David Leveaux
Tony Award for Best Revival
Tony Award nomination for Best Director of a Play—David Leveaux
Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play—Natasha Richardson
Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Play—Liam Neeson
Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play—Anne Meara
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Revival
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play—Natasha Richardson
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Debut of an Actress—Natasha Richardson
Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for Outstanding Direction of a Play—David Leveaux
Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for Outstanding Debut of an Actor—Liam Neeson
Theatre World Awards—Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson

Jeffrey DeMunn, Laura Linney & Kelly McGillis in Hedda Gabler. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

CANDIDA by George Bernard Shaw
(starring Mary Steenburgen, Robert Foxworth and Robert Sean Leonard)
Directed by Gloria Muzio
Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play—Robert Sean Leonard
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Debut of an Actress—Mary Steenburgen
Clarence Derwent Award—Ann Dowd

SHE LOVES ME by Joe Masteroff, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick
(starring Boyd Gaines, Judy Kuhn, Jonathan Freeman, Sally Mayes) 
Directed by Scott Ellis
Buy the Roundabout Cast Recording
Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical—Boyd Gaines
Tony Award nomination for Best Revival of a Musical
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical—Judy Kuhn
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical—Jonathan Freeman
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical—Sally Mayes
Tony Award nomination for Best Direction of a Musical—Scott Ellis
Tony Award nomination for Best Choreography—Rob Marshall
Tony Award nomination for Best Scenic Design—Tony Walton
Tony Award nomination for Best Costume Design—David Charles and Jane Greenwood
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical Revival
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Musical—Boyd Gaines
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Musical—Scott Ellis
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Choreography—Rob Marshall
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical—Sally Mayes
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical—Boyd Gaines
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Director of a Musical—Scott Ellis
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Choreography—Rob Marshall
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Design
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Musical—Sally Mayes
Boyd Gaines & Diane Fratantoni in She Loves Me. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

London Production:
Olivier Awards for Best Musical Revival Best Director of a Musical—Scott Ellis
Best Actress in a Musical—Ruthie Henshall
Best Actor in a Musical—John Gordon Sinclair
Best Supporting Performance in a Musical—Tracie Bennett
Olivier Award Nominations for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical—Barry James
Best Choreographer In Theatre—Robert Marshall
Best Costume Design—David Charles and Jane Greenwood

WHITE LIARS and BLACK COMEDY by Peter Shaffer
(starring Peter MacNicol, Nancy Marchand, Keene Curtis, Kate Mulgrew, and Brian Murray)
Directed by Gerald Gutierrez
Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play—Nancy Marchand
 

1991-1992

THE HOMECOMING by Harold Pinter
(starring Roy Dotrice and Lindsay Crouse)
Directed by Gordon Edelstein
Theatre World Award—Lindsay Crouse

THE VISIT by Friedrich Dürrenmatt
adapted by Maurice Valency
(starring Jane Alexander)
Directed by Edwin Sherin
Tony Award nomination for Best Revival
Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play
Drama Desk Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play
Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play

HAMLET by William Shakespeare
(starring Stephen Lang, Bill Campbell, Michael Cristofer, James Cromwell, Elizabeth McGovern and Kathleen Widdoes)
Directed by Paul Weidner

THE PRICE by Arthur Miller
(starring Hector Elizondo, Debra Mooney, Joe Spano and Eli Wallach)
Directed by John Tillinger
Tony Award nomination for Best Revival
Outer Critics Circle nomination for Outstanding Revival
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Revival
Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play—Eli Wallach
THE FIFTEEN MINUTE HAMLET and THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND by Tom Stoppard
(starring Simon Jones, David Healy, J. Smith-Cameron and Jane Summerhays)
Directed by Gloria Muzio

1990-1991

KING LEAR by William Shakespeare
Directed by Gerald Freedman

THE COUNTRY GIRL by Clifford Odets
(starring Karen Allen)
Directed by Kenneth Frankel

PYGMALION by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Paul Weidner

THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES by Frank D. Gilroy
(starring John Mahoney, Dana Ivey and Patrick Dempsey)
Directed by Jack Hofsiss

THE MATCHMAKER by Thornton Wilder (starring Dorothy Loudon)

 Directed by Lonny Price

1989-1990

THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare
(starring Frank Langella and B.D. Wong)
Directed by Jude Kelly

THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Larry Carpenter

THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller
(starring Justine Bateman)
Directed by Gerald Freedman

PRICE OF FAME by Charles Grodin
(starring Charles Grodin)
Directed by Gloria Muzio

LIGHT UP THE SKY by Moss Hart
Directed by Larry Carpenter

Hal Holbrook in King Lear. Photo by Roger Mastroianni

1988-1989

GHOSTS by Henrik Ibsen
(starring Fionnula Flanagan and David McCallum)
Directed by Stuart Vaughan

ENRICO IV by Luigi Pirandello (starring Paul Hecht)
Directed by J. Ranelli

THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING by Carson McCullers
(starring Esther Rolle)
Directed by Harold Scott

ARMS AND THE MAN by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Frank Hauser

PRIVATES ON PARADE by Peter Nichols
(starring Jim Dale, Simon Jones and John Curry)
Directed by Larry Carpenter, Musical direction by Philip Campanella, Choreography by Daniel Pelzig

1987-1988

OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck
(50th Anniversary production, starring John Savage and Jay Patterson)
Directed by Arthur Storch

MAN AND SUPERMAN by George Bernard Shaw
(starring David Birney and Kim Hunter)
Directed by William Woodman

RASHOMON by Fay and Michael Kanin—Performed by an all-Asian cast
Directed by Robert Kalfin

DANDY DICK by Arthur Wing Pinero—100th Anniversary production
Directed by Jimmy Bohr

THE MISTRESS OF THE INN by Carlo Goldoni (starring Tovah Feldshuh)
Directed by Robert Kalfin
 

1986-1987

BROWNSTONE by Peter Larson, Josh Rubins and Andrew Cadiff
(original musical starring Liz Callaway, Ben Harney and Rex Smith)
Directed by Andrew Cadiff

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS by Robert Bolt
(starring Philip Bosco and Charles Keating)
Directed by Paul Giovanni
Transferred to the Annenberg Center in Philadelphia

THE MIRACLE WORKER by William Gibson (starring Karen Allen)
Directed by Vivian Matalon

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard
(starring John Rubinstein, Stephen Lang and John Wood)
Directed by Robert Carsen

BUNKER REVERIES (World Premiere) by David Shaber
(starring Ralph Waite and Patricia Elliott)
Directed by Allan Carlsen
 
 Kim Hunter and David Birney in Man and Superman. Photo by Martha Swope

1985-1986

THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS by Jean Anouilh
(starring Tammy Grimes, Lee Richardson and Carole Shelley)
Directed by Richard Russell Ramos

MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION by George Bernard Shaw
(starring Uta Hagen and Pamela Reed)
Directed by John Madden

ROOM SERVICE by John Murray and Allen Boretz
(starring Mark Hamill)
Directed by Alan Arkin

CHEAPSIDE by David Allen (starring Daniel Gerroll)
Directed by Carey Perloff

MASTER CLASS by David Pownall
(starring Philip Bosco, Len Cariou, Werner Klemperer and Austin Pendleton)

A RAISIN IN THE SUN by Lorraine Hansberry (directed by Hal Scott)
Directed by Harold Scott
This production went on tour to the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, the Wilshire Theatre in Los Angeles and the Mechanic Theatre in Baltimore. Taped for television broadcast on PBS' American Playhouse.

Starletta DuPois, Olivia Cole, James Pickens, Jr., Richard Habersham & Kim Yancey in A Raisin in the Sun. Photo by Martha Swope.
PHOTO CREDIT:
* All photos by Carol Rosegg unless noted otherwise
- Zeljko Ivanek, Julie Harris & Calista Flockhart in The Glass Menagerie
-
Boyd Gaines & the cast of Company
- Jeffrey DeMunn, Laura Linney & Kelly McGillis in Hedda Gabler 
- Boyd Gaines & Diane Fratantoni in
She Loves Me
- Hal Holbrook in King Lear (Photo by Roger Mastroianni)
- Kim Hunter and David Birney in Man and Superman (Photo by Martha Swope) 
- Starletta DuPois, Olivia Cole, James Pickens, Jr., Richard Habersham & Kim Yancey in A Raisin in the Sun (Photo by Martha Swope)