Learn more about the show, gain insight into the creative process, and attend a discussion with the stars.
For more than 20 years, our innovative Theatre Plus programs have enhanced the theatre-going experience for thousands of audience members.
Every week, learn more about the history of the production and its creators.
A Roundabout teaching artist leads a lively discussion between you and your fellow patrons before the show begins.
Discussions are complimentary for those attending the performance on the following evenings.
Theatre Talks are currently being held virtually.
Roundabout’s Celebrity Series brings members of the cast and crew to you, when a Roundabout teaching artist leads a 20-minute post-show discussion about what really happens behind the scenes of a production.
Explore the themes of each production after the curtain goes down.
Stay in your seats after the performance to attend a 50-minute discussion with a member of the creative team, distinguished artist, scholar, historian, or critic, hosted by a Roundabout teaching artist.
Community Conversations is a pilot program that aims to foster reflection, conversation, and connection, striving to deepen audience members experience with the play and to each other. This format is intended to create space for audience members to share their experience, building a sense of mutual understanding and therefore, a stronger Roundabout community.
Community Conversations are free, open to all, and last 20 minutes.
Other Theatre Plus Activities
Periodically, Roundabout hosts ancillary events with thematic relevance to a particular production, such as complimentary post-show talkbacks with special guests.
A member of Roundabout's artistic team will lead a 20-30 minute panel discussion that explores in depth an element of the production's dramaturgy and creative process with relevant artists and creatives.
Join us post-show for a special discussion about the production. Led by a facilitator from Roundabout, you’ll have a chance to hear from your fellow audience members. Share your point of view, learn about a new perspective, and celebrate the powerful shared experience of live theatre. Audience Reflections are free and open to all who attend the performance.
These programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.