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2017–2018 Season Series Dates

 

The 2017–2018 Season

TravestiesIn 1917 Zurich, an artist, a writer and a revolutionary collide in a kaleidoscopic thrill-ride that's "wickedly playful, intensely entertaining, infectiously theatrical" (Time Out London). Roundabout reunites with playwright Tom Stoppard (Indian Ink, The Real Thing) and director Patrick Marber (Howard Katz, After Miss Julie) for a dazzling revival from London's Menier Chocolate Factory (Sunday in the Park with George).
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SkintightTony Award winner Idina Menzel (If/Then) makes her Roundabout debut in Joshua Harmon's (Bad JewsSignificant Other) scorching story of beauty, youth and sex that assays the nature of love, the power of attraction and the ways in which a superficial culture persists in teaching its children that all that matters is what’s on the inside.
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Winner of the 1980 Tony, Drama Desk and Olivier Awards for Best Play, Children of a Lesser God tells of the passionate connection between a teacher at a school for the deaf and the remarkable woman he meets there. Now, it’s back on Broadway in a new production directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon.
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Children of a Lesser God is not a Roundabout Theatre Company production.

The 2018–2019 Season

 
Bernhardt/Hamlet In 1899, international stage celebrity Sarah Bernhardt set out to tackle her most ambitious role yet: Hamlet. Theresa Rebeck’s new play rollicks with high comedy and human drama, set against the lavish Shakespearean production that could make or break Bernhardt’s career.
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ApologiaDirect from London, Alexi Kaye Campbell’s biting play makes its New York debut with the “Magnificent” (The Independent) Stockard Channing in a powerhouse performance as a woman facing the repercussions of her past.
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Usual GirlsOn an elementary school playground, a boy threatens to tell on the girls for swearing—unless one of them kisses him. Before lips can touch, Kyeoung tackles the boy to the ground, but the victory is short-lived. This hilarious, explicit gut-punch of a play bursts with playwright Ming Peiffer’s bold, explosive voice.
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True WestOpposites attack in Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play about two brothers with more in common than they think. Holed up in their mother’s California house, screenwriter Austin (Paul Dano) and lowlife Lee (Ethan Hawke) wrestle with big issues—and each other. 
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Merrily We Roll AlongFiasco Theater brings to life a reimagination of George Furth and Stephen Sondheim’s audacious musical about a trio of friends in showbiz who fall apart and come together over two decades in an emotionally rich new production that confronts the pains and pleasures of fame, fortune and old friends.
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Kiss Me, KateTony winner Kelli O'Hara (The King and I) returns to Roundabout in Cole Porter’s sparkling 1948 musical—the dazzling classic that earned the first-ever Tony Award for Best Musical—about the warring lovers who cause trouble both onstage and off, during a musical version of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
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Toni StoneToni Stone is an encyclopedia of baseball stats. She’s got a great arm. And she doesn’t understand why she can’t play with the boys. Uzo Aduba ("Orange Is the New Black," Godspell, The Wiz) knocks it out of the park as the first woman to go pro in the Negro League. 
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Pictured at top: Patrick Kerr, Scarlett Strallen, Dan Butler, Seth Numrich, Opal Alladin, Peter McDonald, Sara Topham and Tom Hollander in Travesties (Photo by Joan Marcus)
 

 

 

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