Search More


American Airlines Theatre

227 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036 | West 40s | 212-239-6200
Related Stories (7)

Upcoming Events

  • On the Twentieth Century

    8:00 p.m. every Thu. until March 6
    8:00 p.m. every Fri. until March 28
    2:00 p.m. every Sat. until March 29
    8:00 p.m. every Sat. until March 29
    2:00 p.m. every Sun. until March 30
    8:00 p.m. every Tue. until April 1
    2:00 p.m. every Wed. until March 26
    8:00 p.m. every Wed. until March 26
    7:00 p.m. March 12
    8:00 p.m. every Thu. from March 19 until March 27

Related Stories

  • Theater:
    Violet's curtain rose and fell Off-Broadway in 1998, when its composer, Jeanine Tesori, was still largely unknown. Now that Tesori's star has ascended, Violet's Broadway premiere gives...
  • Theater:
    Colin has an easy, loping stride. His lungs fill and empty effortlessly. Helen, by contrast, can barely catch her breath. She skitters about in her sensible pumps, hemmed in on all...
  • Voice Choices:
    Though American audiences may know her best from movies such as Iron Man 3 and Vicky Cristina Barcelona (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe), Rebecca Hall, daughter of Royal...
  • Theater:
    The Roundabout's Broadway house specializes in well-upholstered revivals. Few come better carpeted, curtained, and papered than The Winslow Boy, Terence Rattigan's 1946 play about a family...
  • Voice Choices:
    The Old Vic in London has brought some thrilling productions to New York, including last year’s Richard III at BAM, starring Kevin Spacey—who is also the Old Vic’s artistic...
  • Voice Choices:
    Charlie Castle in Clifford Odets’s The Big Knife would seem to have it all—a successful Hollywood acting career, a big house, and a beautiful wife. But all is not well. His wife...
  • Voice Choices:
    Tony winner Athol Fugard’s play follows the widowed Miss Helen (Rosemary Harris) as she tries to turn her South African garden into "a city of light and color more splendid than...

Business Description

Founded in 1965, Roundabout Theatre Company has grown from a small 150-seat theatre in a converted supermarket basement to become the nation’s most influential not-for-profit theatre company, as well as one of New York City’s leading cultural institutions. With five stages on and off Broadway, Roundabout now reaches over 700,000 theatergoers, students, educators and artists across the country and around the world every year.