Every night Studio 54 makes its mark on NYC culture. Now you can make your mark on Studio 54.

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Dedicate a tile to celebrate this glittering landmark.

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A DAZZLING HISTORY

From Jack Benny and Johnny Carson in its years as a home to CBS studios to the legendary and lavish nights with Andy Warhol, Elton John, Liza Minnelli, and Elizabeth Taylor in the peak of the late ‘70s—anyone who is anyone has their ties to the historic building.

In 1998, Roundabout’s Tony Award-winning revival of Cabaret founds its new home at Studio 54, featuring a revolutionary immersive club setting, completely unique for a Broadway theatre.

With the generous leadership of the City of New York, Diane and Tom Tuft, and The Kaplen Foundation, Roundabout purchased the site in 2003.

THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY

Since 2003, Roundabout has made this iconic landmark home to a new generation of celebrity—Neil Patrick Harris, Alan Cumming, Audra McDonald, Emma Stone, Jim Parsons, Keira Knightley, and more—all leading productions of timeless plays and musicals like Assassins (2004), Sunday in the Park with George (2008), Harvey (2012), She Loves Me (2016) and Kiss Me, Kate (2019).

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With your support, the indelible cultural legacy of this amazing spot will shimmer well into the future. Here is your chance to etch your name into Studio 54’s perpetual VIP list.

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ABOUT YOUR GIFT

Your tax-deductible donation of $2,500 will be recognized with your name etched into a reflective tile above the front entrance in the main lobby of Studio 54—the only donor recognition in any Roundabout Theatre venue visible to the general public.

Roundabout Theatre Company is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organizations and your donation is fully tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.