I hate to disagree with my compatriot Aaron Riccio, but I found this post on The Roundabout... strange to say the least... or to be more even-handed, I think it simply reflects some differences in my tastes and Aaron's.
They seem genuinely interested in putting butts in the seats, and in making revivals interesting, casting theater stars (not film stars) to do so, even when it sometimes hurts a show (like the brilliant Journey's End).
But Roundabout didn't produce Journey's End as far as I know, which was a commercial show on Broadway not a show at a nonprofit theater. I'm not sure that either Matthew Broderick or Frank Langella can be called straight up theater stars. The latter is a theater star who has done TV and film work for many years before returning to the stage and becoming a kind of royalty. The former is an ex-film star who quite recently has built up a stage career by acting in a couple of Broadway shows, garnering good reviews in one of them, and mixed-to-bad reviews in the other. Cyndi Lauper certainly isn't a stage star, either. And I'm not entirely convinced that Cynthia Nixon would be performing at Roundabout without Sex and the City. I think their track record on this one is kind of mixed.