From our homes in New York (and elsewhere around the world), Roundabout’s artists, leadership, and staff have been assessing the current situation and planning for the future.
While keeping people safe and employed, we continue to re-build a strong, vital season for our artists, employees, communities, and audiences.
After thorough evaluation and thoughtful deliberation, we have made the difficult decision to postpone and reschedule four of this season’s shows, close another production prematurely, and work to raise the curtain on a new, boundary-pushing season in the fall.
UPDATE ON OUR SHOWS & PROGRAMS
Thanks to the dedication of our staff and artists, next season will be able to feature our productions Caroline, or Change with Sharon D Clarke and Birthday Candles with Debra Messing on Broadway and Exception to the Rule and …what the end will be off Broadway. They will join the previously announced 1776, English, The Wanderers, and The Year to Come for our 2020–2021 season.
We’re working to provide donors, subscribers and ticketholders with the opportunity to experience 72 Miles to Go… digitally; we’ll have more information soon.
Our Education team is building remote-learning and engagement programs for students, teachers, and audiences to provide art and community until we see each other again at the theatre.
YOUR TICKETS. OUR FUTURE.
If you have tickets scheduled between now and the end of the season, we will be in touch about possible exchanges, ticket donations, or a refund. If you have tickets for any canceled performances, please consider donating their value to ensure Roundabout is able to remain resilient.
If you have already donated your ticket or contacted us regarding your order, there is no need to contact us again.
Our Staff is Here for You
If you need anything at all, please email email@example.com. You may also call 212.719.1300; we will get back to you as soon as possible. Members of our Chairman’s Circle and Artistic Director’s Circle can contact the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SO MUCH MORE TO COME.
Like so many, we currently face staggering financial and creative challenges as a result of these cancellations and postponements. We will be in touch with new ways for you to stay engaged with our community.
As always, great theatre will always connect us.
Please stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you at the theatre in person in the fall.