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As one of America’s largest not-for-profit theatre companies, Roundabout reaches over 650,000 theatregoers each year through award-winning productions on five stages on and off Broadway.

For over half a century, Roundabout has remained committed to spotlighting familiar and lesser-known classics, while cultivating future voices of the theatrical canon. They been honoured with 36 Tony Awards and 56 Drama Desk Awards for acclaimed productions like Anything Goes and Cabaret.

There’s now an auction that will benefit Roundabout’s many programs, including education.

The lots can be found at, where bids will be accepted through the fifth of March. Tickets to see Elton or Billy Joel in New York (the former, at Barclays Center on April 10; Billy on the second of May at Madison Square Garden) are among the options.

Others include VIP tickets to Wicked on Broadway; 2 Front Orchestra Seats to Hamilton in London; a VIP tour of New York’s Intrepid Museum; a Charlie Puth-signed tee shirt; a dozen bottles of highly rated red wine from Italy; and a basketball signed by Marcus Morris.