Time Out says
Posted: Tue May 1 2012
The iconic, hedonistic nightclub from the 1970s and '80s is now run by the Roundabout Theatre Company, where it has presented a variety of musical and play revivals. Although the sex, drugs, and rock & roll vibe is gone, you can still have a good time at this chic, somewhat unconventional space, which has two long, full-service bars and good sight lines from either the orchestra or balcony. The Roundabout has presented several revivals of Stephen Sondheim musicals at the 1,004-seat space.
Studio 54 254 W 54th St
What's on at Studio 54
A decade after closing their hit revival of the Kander and Ebb classic, the Roundabout and director Sam Mendes reopen the Weimar-era Kit Kat Klub. Alan Cumming reprises his sinister-slinky turn as the Emcee and Michelle Williams plays nightclub crooner...