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About the Shows


By James Graham
Directed by Jason Loewith
AUG 30 – SEPT 24, 2023

London, 1969. A brash young Australian named Rupert Murdoch approaches journalist Larry Lamb with a staggeringly ambitious proposition: to turn the struggling paper The Sun into the best-selling tabloid in the UK…within a year. An unexpected partnership is born as Lamb and Murdoch assemble a team of scrappy underdog journalists and begin to transform The Sun into a populist juggernaut. Once they discover the formula to success the consequences are thrilling and terrifying. This “riveting” (The Guardian) Tony Award-winning Broadway and West End hit depicts the birth of our hyper-partisan news culture in a truth-is-stranger-than-fiction drama that will have you on the edge of your seat. Co-produced with Olney Theatre Center and performed at Round House Theatre..


By Katori Hall
Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg
OCT 11 – NOV 5, 2023

The night before his untimely death, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. returns to his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis after delivering a speech to local sanitation workers. While waiting for room service, he is visited by a mysterious and beautiful maid, Camae, with whom he begins a humorous and flirtatious conversation that progresses into a soul-searching discussion about their mutual hopes and fears. When Camae reveals her true identity, Dr. King must reflect on his legacy and the challenges facing the civil rights movement. “Audacious [and] inventive” (Associated Press), the Olivier Award-winning play offers an intimate and empathetic portrait of one of history’s most consequential figures.


Written by Conor McPherson
Directed by Ryan Rilette 
DEC 6 –31, 2023 

It’s a stormy Christmas Eve on the Irish coast, and down-on-his-luck Sharky has returned home to look after his cantankerous brother Richard, who has recently gone blind. When Richard’s old drinking buddies Ivan and Nicky show up to play a game of poker with an enigmatic stranger, Sharky is forced to confront his past and fight for his future. Written by celebrated playwright Conor McPherson (Girl from the North Country, The Night Alive), this “enthralling” (The New York Times) dark comedy celebrates camaraderie, redemption, and the hope provided by second chances.


Book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Music by Tom Kitt
Directed by Alan Paul
JAN 24 – FEB 25, 2024

Diana Goodman is a suburban mom struggling with bipolar disorder. Her daughter, Natalie, is a stressed-out overachiever about to snap. And Dan, her exhausted architect husband, is determined to keep everything “normal.” As Diana’s symptoms worsen, and effective treatment remains elusive, the Goodmans must confront their shared griefs and struggles and learn how to finally connect with each other. A masterpiece of modern musical theatre and a powerful depiction of the ripple effects of mental illness, the Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is “brave, breathtaking… [and] much more than a feel-good musical: it is a feel-everything musical” (The New York Times).


By Inda Craig-Galván
Directed by Jade King Carroll
APR 10 – MAY 5, 2024 | World Premiere

Leslie Wallace is a promising Black writer who has just landed her first deal with HBO. Her celebration is cut short when she gets a surprise visit from Andrew, a white man from her grad school cohort, who accuses her of plagiarizing his script. Their confrontation—and eventual uneasy alliance—forces a reckoning on representation, privilege, and who gets to tell what kinds of stories. Full of humor and complex characters, A Jumping-Off Point is a sharp and electric new play from rising star playwright and screenwriter Inda Craig-Galván. (Part of the National Capital New Play Festival)


By Suzan-Lori Parks
Directed by Jamil Jude
MAY 29 – JUN 23, 2024

Abandoned by their parents as teenagers, brothers Lincoln and Booth learned to rely on each other. As adults, Lincoln and Booth are locked in a cycle of love and resentment, foretold by the names they were given by their father as jokes and compounded by the challenges of poverty and racism. In her “utterly mesmerizing” (Variety) Pulitzer Prize-winner, named the best American play written in the past 30 years by the New York Times, celebrated writer Suzan-Lori Parks asks whether we can ever really change the cards we’re dealt as the brothers’ tug-of-war for dominance builds to devastating, life-changing consequences.

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  • As a subscriber, you may request seat changes at any time at no additional cost, excluding any upgrade fees. To request upgrades, please contact the Box Office directly, or indicate requests on your renewal form.
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  • All sales are final; there are no refunds. All plays, dates, and artists are subject to change without notice.

Subscriber Exchange Policy

Round House Theatre subscribers may exchange their subscription tickets for another performance of the same production by calling our Box Office at 240.644.1100 at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled performance. Subscriber exchanges are subject to ticket availability.

There is no charge for subscriber ticket exchanges unless you exchange into a more expensive seating section than the one you purchased and/or the exchange is made after your scheduled performance date. If you exchange into a more expensive section, seating upgrade charges will apply. If you exchange after your scheduled performance has passed, a $5 late exchange fee per ticket will apply.

Health & Safety

Round House will continue to offer a limited number of mask-required performances for all shows in the 2023-2024 Season for patrons who may prefer a fully masked environment. As always, subscribers may exchange into these performances at any time prior to their performance dates. Masks are required for the the following performances in the 2023-2024 Season:

  • Ink: Sept 19, 23 (matinee)
  • The Mountaintop: Oct 31, Nov 4 (matinee)
  • The Seafarer: Dec 26, 30 (matinee)
  • Next to Normal: Feb 13, 17 (matinee)
  • A Jumping Off Point: Apr 30, May 4 (matinee)
  • Topdog/Underdog: Jun 18, 22 (matinee)
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