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  • About Our Theatres
  • Theatre Amenities
  • Public Transportation to Our Theatres
  • Driving Directions and Exclusive Parking Offers
       for Subscribers
  • Exclusive Dining Offers for Subscribers
  • Exclusive Hotel Offers
    • American Airlines Theatre
      227 West 42nd Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues), New York, NY 10036

      Now entering its tenth season as Roundabout's flagship home on Broadway, the American Airlines Theatre first opened its doors as the Selwyn Theatre in 1918. In 2000, Roundabout restored the theatre to its original neo-renaissance style as part of the 42nd Street Development Project, thanks to generous support from the City of New York. Through an unprecedented partnership between Roundabout and American Airlines, this historic theatre remains one of Broadway's most exquisite and patron-friendly houses.
    • Studio 54
      254 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019

      Studio 54 was originally built as the Gallo Opera House in 1927 and transformed into the New Yorker Theatre in 1930. CBS purchased the space in 1942. Over the next three decades, CBS Radio Playhouse Number 4, later renamed Studio 52, was home to renowned television shows like The Johnny Carson Show. CBS sold the space in the late 1970s, and the new owners transformed the space into the most legendary nightclub of the disco-era, Studio 54. The club closed in 1986 and became a venue for rock concerts until it eventually closed completely in the late 1980s. The space remained vacant until 1998, when Roundabout moved its landmark production of Cabaret into the neglected theatre-turned studio-turned nightclub. Today, Studio 54 is a permanent home for Roundabout Theatre Company.

    • Stephen Sondheim Theatre
      124 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036

    • Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre/Laura Pels Theatre/Black Box Theatre
      111 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036

      The Off-Broadway theatre center was originally home to the American Place Theatre. Under special city zoning resolutions, the space was protected against commercial development and guaranteed to always remain a theatre. Roundabout Theatre Company signed a long-term lease for the space and has renovated the theatre into a state-of-the-art Off-Broadway house.
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    • Roundabout prides itself in having the friendliest staff, the most restrooms per visitor, and the largest amount of legroom per seat on Broadway. In addition, each of Roundabout's theatres has the following amenities for your convenience.
    • Assistive Listening System
      Headsets are available in each theatre lobby on a first-come, first-serve basis. To ensure availability, please pick up your headset at least 15 minutes before the show. Headsets are free of charge. Please submit a credit card, driver's license, or $100 cash as a deposit at the time of pick-up. For those patrons with their own headsets, please note that the assistive listening signal is transmitted at 95 kHz. Personal headsets will not work at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
    • Lost And Found
      Lost and Found is located in the Theatre Manager's office. Please see any House Staff member for assistance, or phone 212.719.9393.
    • Rentals
      If you are interested in holding a special event at any of Roundabout's theatres, please contact the Manager of Corporate/Party Rentals at 212.719.9393.
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    • By Subway
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    • Bus Lines
      • M10 and M20 buses head north on 8th Avenue and south on 7th Avenue. The bus lines run south on Broadway and onto 7th Avenue at 44th Street.
      • M42 and M104 buses head cross-town on 42nd Street. The M104 also travels north on 8th Avenue and south on Broadway above 42nd Street.
      • M6 and M7 buses head south on 7th Avenue and north on 6th Avenue.
      • M27 bus line runs cross-town on 49th/50th Streets, and then south on 7th Avenue and north on 8th Avenue.
      Note: If you are having trouble finding a taxi on 42nd Street, walk a half block west to Port Authority on 8th Avenue, where you'll find a taxi stand.
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    • TO STUDIO 54
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    • Bus Lines
      • M27 bus line runs cross-town on 49th/50th Streets, and then south on 7th Avenue and north on 8th Avenue.
      • M50 buses run cross-town via 49th and 50th Streets.
      • M31 and M57 buses run cross-town on 57th Street.
      • M10 and M20 buses head north on 8th Avenue and south on 7th Avenue. The bus lines run south on Broadway and onto 7th Avenue at 44th Street.
      • M20 bus provides local service between Lincoln Center and Battery Park, and the M104 bus provides local service between Harlem and Murray Hill via Broadway and 42nd Street.
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    • By Subway
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    • Bus Lines
      • M6 bus provides local service between South Ferry and Midtown Manhattan via 7th Avenue, Broadway, and Avenue of the Americas.
      • M5 bus runs along 5th Avenue, Avenue of the Americas, and Riverside Drive between Washington Heights and Greenwich Village.
      • M7 bus runs on Columbus, Amsterdam, Lenox, Avenue of the Americas, 7th Avenue, and Broadway providing local service between Harlem and Union Square.
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    • Visit one of the maps below to find a convenient parking garage or directions to the theatre. Click on the theatre icon within the map for detailed directions.
    • American Airlines & Stephen Sondheim Theatres
    • Studio 54
    • The Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

    • Subscribers Get Exclusive Discounts on Parking!
    • Click on the “P” icon within the maps above for exclusive subscriber discounts on parking. You must have your parking ticket validated at the theatre to redeem these exclusive subscriber discounts. You may have your ticket validated in the following locations:
    • American Airlines Theatre, Stephen Sondheim Theatre or Laura Pels Theatre:
    •     At the Box Office – before the show only.
    •     At Coat Check – at Intermission only.

    • Studio 54
    •     At the Box Office – Before the show only.
    •     At the Assisted Listening Station – at Intermission only.

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    • Many excellent restaurants in the Theatre District offer exclusive discounts for Roundabout Subscribers. Choose a theatre below to view a map of participating restaurants and offers
    • Find a Restaurant Near the
      American Airlines & Stephen Sondheim Theatres
    • Find a Restaurant Near Studio 54
    • Find a Restaurant Near the Laura Pels Theatre
    • Restaurants offering Roundabout subscriber discounts will honor your dining special only on the day you attend the theatre. You will be asked to show your subscriber ticket stub and/or subscriber card.
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    • Several Theatre District hotels offer Roundabout Subscribers exclusive discounts. Find the perfect one for you or your visitors using the map below:
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