Make a lasting impact on Roundabout’s next 50 years by naming a seat or dedicating a tile on our mirror ball in Studio 54.Personalized naming opportunities offer a creative and lasting way share your personal story with Roundabout audiences, honor a friend or loved one, commemorate a milestone occasion, or honor your own passion for and dedication to Roundabout.
Mirror Ball dedications are available for $1,000 and are limited in availability. All seat naming opportunities allow you to inscribe your own personal message, which will be featured on a plaque on the seat you’ve named.  For a gift of $25,000 (Broadway) or $7,500 (off-Broadway), name a VIP Premiere Orchestra seat (noted by a  on the interactive map) honoring one of our 50th Anniversary Artists.  Use the interactive maps below to take your seat today!

The Members of the Board have created a challenge to match every gift to our 50th Anniversary Campaign that is received by February 27th! Help us reach our goal of $50 million and ensure the future of great theatre for the next 50 years.

Frequently Asked Questions
Studio 54 Mirror Ball
Leave your permanent mark on Roundabout’s historic Studio 54—the former disco which has become home to hundreds of award-winning Broadway shows, including our seminal production of Cabaret! Dedicate a tile on a new mirror ball that will hang in the front lobby for years to come. All tiles now available at $1,000. Limited availability. 
Studio 54
Home to our award-winning revivals of Cabaret in both 1998 and 2015 and the famed nightclub of the same name, this historic landmark has brought audiences some of Roundabout's most remarkable musicals, including Assassins, Nine, She Loves Me, and plays like Harvey and Waiting for Godot.
Stephen Sondheim Theatre
Formerly the legendary Henry Miller's Theatre, the Sondheim is Broadway's first and only LEED-certified sustainable "green" theatre, which has been home to Bye, Bye Birdie and Roundabout's Tony®-winning revival of Anything Goes.
American Airlines Theatre
Roundabout's flagship home since 2000, the American Airlines Theatre has brought award-winning productions including The Pajama Game, 12 Angry Men, The Importance of Being Earnest, and On the Twentieth Century to Times Square's legendary 42nd Street.
Laura Pels Theatre
This state-of-the-art off-Broadway theatre offers an intimate venue for new plays and revivals alike, including 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist The Humans and Fiasco Theater's acclaimed Into the Woods.
Black Box Theatre
For a decade, the Black Box Theatre has been home to Roundabout Underground, fostering new works from emerging artists including Stephen Karam (The Humans, Speech and Debate), Megan Kennedy (Too Much, Too Much, Too Many), and Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews, Significant Other). All seats now available at $1,000.
Prominent spaces are available for naming, including our Education Studio, the Penthouse Lobby at the American Airlines Theatre, and even our iconic Studio 54.

For more information, contact Maggie Jones, Major Gifts Manager, at maggiej@roundabouttheatre.org or 212.719.9393, ext. 533.