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"As we approach a time when theaters are about to reopen, we should keep in mind how skillfully Round House adapted to take us through a tough time with such quality work delivered so well."

All of us at Round House are extremely grateful for the support of our community throughout the pandemic. We are thrilled that our innovative theatrical and educational experiences created opportunities for community connections and meaningful conversations throughout this challenging time.
We are now planning to reopen the theatre to in-person audiences this fall and look forward to being able to share the details soon.  
Give today and help ensure Round House finishes our virtual season strong, and prepare for a powerful return to live performances. 



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Give by Phone – Call 240.641.5352.
Mail your check to:
Round House Theatre
Attn: Resilience Fund
4545 East-West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814

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Round House Theatre is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Federal Tax ID #52-1289737


"We've really enjoyed Homebound, and it is wonderful to see the respect that RHT has earned by its response to the pandemic with such an original and innovative idea, which also employs so many theatre artists!"
  -Susan G., Round House patron

"Would anyone believe me if I said one of the most powerful theatre performances I've seen in the past decade was over Zoom?" 
  -Mike M., on American Dreams

"Round House has become such an important community for Olivia and our family, and I continue to be impressed by how quickly and thoughtfully you all were able to pivot and adapt class offerings under this new platform. The sense of community that Round House's teaching artists cultivate-even from afar-is so very appreciated, and I know having that continuity was a huge comfort for Olivia during these unusual times."
  -Chelsea H., parent

"In the most trying of times, the Round House Theatre has managed to put together a pretty remarkable season, entirely online." 
“I cannot thank the Round House donors enough for believing we could make art happen despite the pandemic. They trusted the Round House team to create art during one of the darkest times for America—and we delivered. I am so proud to have been a part of it.”
    -Craig Wallace, Resident Artist



“An affectionate and aurally atmospheric one-man memory play… featuring a winning performance by Ro Boddie…. If you’re in the mood for a journey that cruises at a smooth altitude and comes to a soft landing, A Boy and His Soul is just the ticket.” – The Washington Post
Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up is "a magical and moving portrait of the South" (DC Metro Theater Arts), and Beth Hylton is "a tour-de-force" (BroadwayWorld).
“Gunderson allows the audience to experience the immeasurable power of both the sciences and the arts.” – Los Angeles Times on The Catastrophist
“Round House is showcasing Kennedy’s uncanny ability to capture a sense of untethered Blackness, disconnected from time, space and an immutable identity.” – The New York Times on The Work of Adrienne Kennedy: Inspiration & Influence
“Kennedy’s work is unusually well suited to filmic treatment: when her characters speak, they not only advance the plot but impart lush and unlikely images.” – The New Yorker on The Work of Adrienne Kennedy: Inspiration & Influence
The Catastrophist sheds compassionate light on the all-too-human tendency to ignore catastrophe until it is too late. There’s no risk, and plenty of reward, in watching this essential lesson.” – The Economist
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