A Celebration of the 2017-2018 Season

A Celebration of the 2017-2018 Season



"A near-miraculous production." —Matt Wolf, The New York Times

"Wickedly playful, intensely entertaining, infectiously theatrical."  —Dave Calhoun, Time Out London 
 

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Tom Hollander is starring on Broadway, poor guy.

THE NEW YORKER

Interview with Tom Stoppard.

 

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"Stories by Heart is delightful: illuminating the stories, uplifting us." —Jesse Green, The New York Times

“Rarely have I spent so entertaining a night at the theater—or witnessed so touching a tribute to a departed parent.” —Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

 

CBS Sunday Morning

John Lithgow on the love that was the basis for Stories by Heart.

The Tonight Show

John Lithgow played a rude theatergoer for laughs on Broadway.

Newsday

"Fast Chat" with John Lithgow.
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"Freshly gripping. Thoughtful revival of an ambitious, vexing, multilayered drama."  —Jesse Green, The New York Times

"Affecting, beautifully crafted family drama. Sterling, subtly acted production." —Elisabeth Vincentelli, Newsday

 

The Leonard Lopate Show

Elizabeth McGovern, Charlotte Parry and Anna Baryshnikov on Time and the Conways.

NY1 On Stage

Elizabeth McGovern on her return to Broadway after 25 years in Time and the Conways.

About the Show

Director Rebecca Taichman and the cast of Time and the Conways talk about the show.
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"Lili Taylor is lovely...  Janeane Garofalo is brilliant... Celia Weston is divine." —Jesse Green, The New York Times

"A must-see! Superbly directed by Anne Kauffman." —Christopher Kelly, New Jersey Star-Ledger

 

THE LEONARD LOPATE SHOW

Janeane Garofalo, Lili Taylor and Celia Weston on Marvin's Room.

NEW YORK LIVE

Lili Taylor on Marvin's Room.

ABOUT THE SHOW

Janeane Garofalo, Lili Taylor and Celia Weston discuss Marvin's Room.
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"Sweet and shocking, with terrific acting across the board. Good is the faith that Roundabout has shown in Meghan Kennedy. This is how you grow playwrights." —Jesse Green, The New York Times
 

The Village Voice

Napoli, Brooklyn playwright Meghan Kennedy on mining personal history for drama.

Playbill

Why the Napoli, Brooklyn cast actually cooks onstage.

Montage

Scenes from Napoli, Brooklyn.
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"Ms. Ziegler is also fast becoming a master of swelling choral dialogue." —Ben Brantley, The New York Times

"Invisible balls are served, chased, returned and missed with grace and power." —Marilyn Stasio, Variety

 

The New York Times

They can act. But can they serve?

The Interval

Gaye Taylor Upchurch and Anna Ziegler on The Last Match.

The Game of Life

Tennis champion and journalist Mary Carillo talks to the cast and creative team of The Last Match.
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"A riotous comedy that that boasts a rich, aching humanity." —Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter

"Jamie Brewer makes theater history with her astute performance as Amy.  Brewer grabs our interest by never begging for our sympathy. And Ferrentino achieves something equally remarkable." —Robert Hofler, The Wrap

 

The New York Times

A barrier breaks: an actress with Down syndrome plays the lead.

New York Post

Actors with Down syndrome star in off-Broadway hit.

Jamie Brewer

Actor Jamie Brewer ("American Horror Story") talks about making her off-Broadway debut.
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"Illuminating and moving." —Jesse Green, The New York Times

“Most important is the astonishing caliber of the four actors, with no small amount of help from a gifted writer who will be amazing to watch as his work grows.” —Jeremy Gerard, Deadline

 

The New York Times

Tomorrow's marquee names, now in the making.

NBC Online

Off-Broadway production of Too Heavy for Your Pocket spotlights 1960s black resistance movement that still strikes chords today.

About the Show

Playwright Jiréh Breon Holder and director Margot Bordelon discuss Too Heavy for Your Pocket.
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"4 STARS! Fearless, mesmerizing, heart-stopping." —Elysa Gardner, New York Stage Review
 

TDF Stages

He wishes his play weren't so timely.

PLAYBILL

Interview with director Will Davis.

 

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