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I saw Gem of the Ocean for an evening performance. Very intimate and small theater experience. Don't think there is a bad seat in the house due to the small size. I loved the cast of the play and enjoyed finally seeing this particular part...More
The last time we saw a show at Roundhouse was when they revived Angels in America. This time we saw "How I Learned to Drive," Paula Vogel's 1997 Pulitzer winning play about a woman who endures sexual abuse at the hands of her uncle. If...More
We enjoyed a wonderful evening when friends invited us to see “The Legend of Georgia McBride” at the Roundhouse Theatre. With about 400 seats, it’s hard to imagine a bad seat at the theatre, and the fully-equipped and modern stage does justice to Broadway productions,...More
My wife and I love the performing arts and often go to see Broadway productions, or go the Kennedy Center for entertainment. This time, however, we wanted to do something different for our Wedding Anniversary, so we searched for a theater that we had yet...More
A small theatre, which basically means that all the seats are good. Comfortable seats, too. Easy parking in the area and easy to walk to the theatre from nearby restaurants. Production of "Handbagged" was professionally done and quite funny. Nice to find this sort of...More
This theater is great venue to see plays and musicals. The seats are comfortable, close to the stage and with good views. We were here to see the Book of Will and the production quality was great. Would easily come back to see other events...More
Fabulous original play by Lauren Gunderson, The Book of Will is a story about how the collected works of William Shakespeare came to be. I don't typically seek out plays by or about Shakespeare. This one however, was so incredibly well done. The actors were...More
The Round House served as both a training ground for actors and others involved in the theater as as an inexpensive, fully professional theater. Parking is available immediately across the street. Nearby restaurants are family-priced with a wide variety.
They're back, and you won't want to miss "Bon Voyage, A Happenstance Escapade"! I previously expressed my delight with this company when reviewing "Moxie: A Happenstance Vaudeville" in June of 2016. This clever and witty ensemble is a must-see for people of all ages. Coordinating...More
Right next to (and beneath) the theater. If I remember correctly, as you're traveling west on East-West Highway, turn right into the driveway for the theater and the garage ramp down is on the left just before the theater... More
Right next to (and beneath) the theater. If I remember correctly, as you're traveling west on East-West Highway, turn right into the driveway for the theater and the garage ramp down is on the left just before the theater door. Hope that helps!