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THE SHOWS

Powerful and Heartfelt Drama 

SOJOURNERS

By Mfoniso Udofia

Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

September-October, 2024

Abasiama Ufot and her husband Ukpong are Nigerian immigrants studying and living in Texas in the 1970s. Ukpong is exhilarated by the promises of America, but Abasiama is homesick and frustrated by Ukpong’s frequent absences. As Abasiama struggles with the physical pain of her pregnancy, the demands of work and schooling, the isolation of being away from her family, and the uncertainty of her future, an unexpected community inspires her to forge her own path. The first play in Mfoniso Udofia’s epic nine-part Ufot Cycle depicting the Nigerian-American experience, Sojourners is a “moving and powerful” (The New York Times) testament to the complexity of the American dream.  

 

Hysterical Holiday Musical 

A HANUKKAH CAROL

Or Gelt Trip! The Musical

Music by Aaron Kenny

Book & Lyrics by Rob Berliner

Book & Original Concept by Harrison Bryan

Directed and Choreographed by Marlo Hunter

November-December, 2024

Misanthropic millennial influencer Chava Kanipshin’s internet followers are turning into haters. Desperate to regain her popularity, Chava shuns anything and anyone she sees as an obstacle, including her family, friends, and holiday traditions. But on the first night of Hanukkah, Chava is visited by the ghost of deceased social media star Mimi Marley and other spirits who warn her to change her ways—or be cursed forever. The spirits lead Chava on a madcap journey through Hanukkahs past, present, and future to help her reconnect with her spirit of generosity, her Jewish identity, and an appreciation of her real-life supporters. Winner of the Audience Favorite Award at this year’s Broadway Shark Tank, A Hanukkah Carol is a heartfelt, hilarious riff on a holiday classic that celebrates making the world a kinder place.

A Hanukkah Carol is produced by special arrangement with Daryl Roth and Jim Kierstead.

 

Exhilarating Exploration of Democracy

WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME 

By Heidi Schreck

Directed by Morgan Gould

Featuring Kimberly Gilbert and Michael Glenn

January-February, 2025

As a teenager, Heidi Schreck traveled across America, earning her college tuition by winning constitutional debate competitions. Now, as an Obie Award-winning playwright, she takes a closer look at the Constitution and its effects on four generation of women in her family. Both poignant and hilarious, What the Constitution Means to Me is a profoundly personal look at our nation’s most debated document and how it could evolve to fit our modern times. One of the most popular and beloved plays in America, this “electrifyingly topical and eye-opening” (The New York Times) Pulitzer Prize finalist has never been more relevant, urgent, or needed.

 

Captivating and Suspenseful World Premiere 

BAD BOOKS

By Sharyn Rothstein

Directed by Ryan Rilette

Featuring Kate Eastwood Norris and Holly Twyford

April 2025

When a troubled teen is given a controversial book, his mother visits the local library to discuss “appropriate” reading material with the librarian. However, their reasonable discussion quickly turns into a heated confrontation, sparking a dramatic chain reaction of unexpected consequences. With both heartbreak and humor, Sharyn Rothstein offers compassion and empathy as an antidote to the deep debates that divide us. Staged in-the-round, this brilliant world premiere  challenges us to see past our political divisions and first impressions, and asks us what it truly means to care for our children. Part of the National Capital New Play Festival.

 

Celebration of Friendship and Fandom 

KING JAMES

By Rajiv Joseph

June 2025

At first glance, Shawn and Matt couldn’t be more different. However, when they discover they are both diehard Cleveland Cavaliers fans, they quickly form a close bond over their shared love of basketball—and the breathtaking talents of NBA star LeBron James. Over the course of many years, their relationship ebbs and flows with the fortunes of their beloved team. This witty and energetic comedy is a “wonderfully daring, imaginative, and compassionate” (The New York Times) celebration of the enduring power of sports fandom and unexpected friendships, written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo).

SEAT MAP

Map represents standard theatre configuration. Please note that your seat locations may change if alternate stage configurations are used.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

For Renewing Subscribers

  • 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 at checkout.
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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 2024-2025 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.