Indian Ink

Full cast announced for Indian Ink

Posted on: August 5th, 2014 by Todd Haimes


It is my pleasure to announce that Firdous Bamji, Bill Buell, Nick Choksi, Romola Garai, Neal Huff, Caroline Lagerfelt, Omar Maskati, Tim McGeever, Brenda Meaney, Philip Mills, Ajay Naidu, Bhavesh Patel, Lee Aaron Rosen and Rajeev Varma will join Rosemary Harris in Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard.

I’m thrilled to welcome back our Roundabout Alumni. Neal was last seen at Roundabout in The Foreigner, Lee was last with us in The Big Knife, and (among their many Roundabout credits) Tim and Bill were both most recently in Cyrano de Bergerac at the American Airlines Theatre.

I am also happy to introduce Romola, Firdous, Nick, Omar, and this incredible cast to the Roundabout family. Romola, playing the central role of Flora Crewe, has many West End and film credits in London, including Atonement. Firdous is returning to Indian Ink playing Nirad, the father of the character he originated in the 1999 American premiere in San Francisco. Nick was last seen in Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, and Omar played Off-Broadway last season in Disgraced.

The design team includes John Carrafa (choreography), Candice Donnelly (costumes), Neil Patel (sets), Dan Moses Schreier (sound), and Robert Wierzel (lights).

With Carey Perloff at the helm, I cannot wait to see this fine company perform Indian Ink.

Indian Ink is the first production in our 2014-2015 Season and will begin performances on September 4 at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Centre for Theatre. For more information and tickets, please visit our website.

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2014-2015 Season News

Posted on: January 16th, 2014 by Todd Haimes


It is my great pleasure to announce two new productions for the 2014-2015 season. We will produce Tom Stoppard’s Indian Ink at the Laura Pels Theatre, directed by Carey Perloff. We will also have a revival of Michael Frayn’s beloved comedy Noises Off, directed by Jeremy Herrin, as our second play at the American Airlines Theatre next season. These plays join the previously announced production of The Real Thing this fall.

I am thrilled to have two of Tom’s plays running concurrently on our stages, and it is particularly exciting to give New York audiences their first look at his beautiful play set in pre-and post-colonial India. Carey directed for Roundabout back in 1986 before moving to San Francisco, where she has been the Artistic Director of A.C.T. for 20 years. It will be great to have both Tom and Carey back at the Roundabout.

Jeremy Herrin will be making his Broadway (and Roundabout) debut with Noises Off. Jeremy has extensive credits in the West End and around London. I’m thrilled to welcome him to the Roundabout family, and I can’t wait to see what he does with this classic farce.

Tickets for these productions are currently only available as part of a subscription. I look forward to sharing even more news about the season ahead with you soon.

Todd Haimes
Artistic Director

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2014-2015 Season, Indian Ink, Noises Off, The Real Thing