THE 2014–2015 SEASON
IT’S ABOUT THE MOST FUN YOU CAN HAVE ON THE WAY TO BROADWAY.
It’s nonstop laughs aboard a luxury train traveling from Chicago to New York City when bankrupt theater producer Oscar Jaffee (Golden Globe winner Peter Gallagher) embarks on a madcap mission to cajole glamorous Hollywood starlet Lily Garland (Tony and Emmy Award® winner Kristin Chenoweth) into playing the lead in his new, non-existent epic drama. Learn more and buy tickets.
IT’S ABOUT WHEN YOU HAVE TO WAIT—AND WAIT—FOR “THE ONE.”
Playwright Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews) returns with a quarter-life coming-of-age story about a nice Jewish boy navigating the murky waters of New York City’s dating scene. Hilarious and heartwrenching, Significant Other reminds us that you can’t hurry love—no matter how much you wish you could. Trip Cullman (Punk Rock, Murder Ballad) directs.
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THE 2015–2016 SEASON
KICKING OFF THE NINTH SEASON OF ROUNDABOUT UNDERGROUND
In this world premiere by playwright Lindsey Ferrentino, female soldier Jess returns from war severely burned only to find her Floridian hometown in a state of decay. With the use of virtual reality video game therapy, she desperately tries to restore her relationships, home and all that was lost. Patricia McGregor directs. Learn more about Ugly Lies the Bone.
IT’S ABOUT THE PAST YOU CAN’T ESCAPE.
Academy Award® nominee and Golden Globe winner Clive Owen (Closer) makes his Broadway debut in the unsettling drama of desire and blurred realities by Harold Pinter. Owen is Deeley, a man looking forward to meeting Anna, his wife Kate’s friend from long ago. But Anna’s visit quickly shifts from an ordinary sharing of memories to a quiet battle for power. Tony and Olivier Award winner Douglas Hodge (Cyrano de Bergerac) directs. Learn more about Old Times.
IT’S ABOUT HOW FAR YOU WILL GO TO FEEL ALIVE.
Academy Award, Golden Globe and Olivier nominee Keira Knightley makes her Broadway debut in a new adaption of Thérèse Raquin directed by Evan Cabnet. In this tale of love, lust, betrayal and guilt, Thérèse (Knightley) and her lover Laurent set off on a violent path that may have far worse consequences for the perpetrators than for the victims.
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IT’S ABOUT HOW YOUR FEARS CAN CHANGE YOU.
After a sleepless night, Eric Blake has brought his family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter’s new apartment in New York City. As darkness falls, mysterious things go bump in the night and family tensions reach a boiling point. Stephen Karam (Sons of the Prophet) takes a fresh look at the hilarity, heart and horrors of the modern American family. Two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello directs.
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IT’S ABOUT GETTING THE LAUGHS YOU DIDN’T PLAN FOR.
Tony Award winner Andrea Martin (Pippin, Young Frankenstein) makes her Roundabout debut in a rip-roaring new production of Michael Frayn’s (Copenhagen) classic show-within-a-show farce that “voyages to the outer limits of hilarity” (The New York Times). Two-time Olivier Award nominee Jeremy Herrin (This House) directs. Learn more about Noises Off.
IT’S ABOUT THE LOVE YOU FIND RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSE.
Back on Broadway and starring Tony winner Laura Benanti and Josh Radnor, She Loves Me features a book by Tony Award winner Joe Masteroff (Cabaret), music by Tony Award winner Jerry Bock (Fiddler on the Roof) and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner Sheldon Harnick (Fiorello!). Six-time Tony Award nominee Scott Ellis (Harvey) directs.
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Pictured at top: Kristin Chenoweth, Peter Gallagher, Mark Linn-Baker, Michael McGrath, Mary Louise Wilson and Andy Karl in On the Twentieth Century. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
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