We are proud to offer unique naming opportunities for you to show your support of Roundabout. Below are just a few examples of how to leave your legacy. Unless otherwise agreed, naming lasts for a term of 50 years.
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.
Limited tiles are still available for a tax-deductible donation of $2,500 in support of Roundabout's annual fund.
Education Studio at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Located within the Education Center, Roundabout’s Education Studio is a highly versatile space that is utilized for student learning, teacher training and as a rehearsal/performance venue for students involved in our after school programming. Due to its location in the Steinberg Center, the Education Studio is frequented by students, teachers, artists and education professionals to allow for enhanced student learning related to a specific play in the Laura Pels Theatre or Black Box Theatre.
Penthouse Lobby at the American Airlines Theatre
A beautiful and spacious environment for Roundabout’s patrons to enjoy a drink or a snack, take a view from the penthouse deck and socialize. Plans for the Penthouse Lobby include a new design that will include archival displays. It is a vibrant centerpiece of our 42nd Street theatre and is often used for small cabaret performances, patron night dinners, readings and other activities.
In 2008 Roundabout established a permanent archive to systematically identify and preserve artifacts and documents that tell our unique theatre story. Roundabout is one of only five theatre producing organizations that have an active archive. The collection serves as an essential resource for educational programs, artists and theatre historians. Now approaching its ninth year, Roundabout archives exist physically on-site in a new forward facing location at our 39th Street offices and via a searchable digital database.
Home to Roundabout’s Tony Award-winning productions of Cabaret, Assassins, and Waiting for Godot, this iconic space has been restored to its original use as a Broadway theatre. After an investment of $12,000,000 by Roundabout, this historic New York venue has been transformed into a state-of-the-art theatre with artist and audience amenities for our large-scale musicals and plays.