Explore Our Archives
The Roundabout Archives is a unique resource among Broadway theatres, as it is the only New York theatre company with an onsite archive and dedicated archivist. Launched in 2008, the archives preserve the wonderful history and stories that have graced our stages over the years for scholars, artists and audiences.
Explore our archives and discover treasures from Roundabout’s history! Delve into our collection online
, or arrange a visit in person
to see these artifacts up close. During your visit, you'll discover over five decades of production photographs, scripts, set and costume sketches, cast recordings, props, costumes and more.
This collection reflects the scope of our work as a producing company managing five unique stages, both on and off Broadway. Whether you've come to discover more of our rich history, search our records for your own research or just relive past productions, we hope you'll enjoy learning about Roundabout's growth from a small off-Broadway theatre to our place today as one of the country's most influential not-for-profit cultural organizations.
Explore The Archives
Pictured at top: Mary Steenburgen and Robert Sean Leonard in the 1993 production of Candida. Photo credit: Carol Rosegg for Martha Swope Associates