Caroline, Or Change

November 3 & 7, 2021

Caroline Thibodeaux is a Black woman working as a maid for a Jewish family in 1963 Louisiana, as the civil rights movement is transforming America. Clarke brings this indelible heroine to “incandescent” life (Time Out London), in a production that launches to “the titanic dimensions of greatness” (The New York Times). From Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner and Tony Award winner Jeanine Tesori comes the show that pulses with the urgency and passion that’s shaping the world today. The time for CAROLINE, OR CHANGE has arrived.
 This fall, an American musical masterpiece makes its long-awaited return to Broadway. For 13 weeks only, audiences have the chance to witness Sharon D Clarke’s Olivier Award-winning performance in CAROLINE, OR CHANGE.

Wednesday November 3rd at 8PM
$99 Orchestra Prime

Sunday November 7th at 3PM
$99 Orchestra Prime

For everyone’s protection and peace of mind, Roundabout is requiring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with an FDA or WHO-authorized vaccine for our audiences—as well as artists and staff. We will require proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test for anyone under the age of 12 and those who are unvaccinated due to a disability or religious belief.  Masks will also be required for audiences inside the theatre, except while eating or drinking in designated locations. Theaters may not have extra masks, so please instruct everyone in the group to each have a mask with them to use inside the theater. Please be sure to instruct the vaccinated attending to have either their Excelsior pass, actual vaccination card or a clear photo of the vaccination card along with a photo ID where the name matches the name on the vaccination card. If the photo is blurry it is possible they won’t be allowed in.



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