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What began as a nonprofit subscription theater that struggled with its finances has transformed into a venerable institution supporting experimental and non-commercial performance. Besides its electric performances of classic plays and musicals, since 1995 the Roundabout has developed new works by contemporary writers and composers. Annually, one million people attend Roundabout performances at three venues.