ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY IS INCORPORATED
September 18, 1965
Roundabout Theatre Company begins producing plays at a 150-seat theatre in a converted supermarket basement, and will become the nation’s most influential not-for-profit theatre company, as well as one of New York City’s leading cultural institutions. Over the next 50 years, Roundabout will go on to operate five theatres on and off-Broadway.
Roundabout Theatre Company Produces its First Production
Roundabout Theatre Company begins its premiere season with Strindberg’s The Father, announcing the company’s mission to produce classic plays.
Roundabout Commits to Staging Classic Revivals in Repertory
Standout productions include Waiting for Lefty, Journey’s End, Candida and many others. After garnering positive critical reviews, Roundabout quickly gains a name for itself as an up and coming theatre company to watch.