When did Roundabout productions begin getting Broadway status?
Posted by: aleck 08:55 am EDT 05/26/23

I think the date was somewhere around 1995. I'm pretty certain it was before the move into what is now called the American Airlines Theatre. But what were the circumstances that allowed Roundabout to get that status changed from an off-Broadway producing company to Broadway -- including such high profile productions as Molly Sweeney (1995) which is considered off-Broadway, according to the Lortel Archives. But No Man's Land (1994) was considered Broadway, according to IBDB. I saw both, but my memory is that they were both in the same theatre -- Criterion on Broadway. But, while the addresses for both productions are the same (according to Lortel and IBDB) the theatres are listed as different -- Laura Pells or Critieron.

What's the history here?
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