Once upon a time, back in the Spring semester of the year 2002, a brave man named Jay Asterman stirred up a commotion. He was soon followed by a league of believers who believed what we would all believe:

That any person, no matter where their hearts or their parents have guided their studies, should have the right and the opportunity to create creative things. And since theatre is really the only legitimate art form, the Round About Players were born.

Ever since, our goal has been to uphold the grand tradition of student-produced theatre: to build and for all intents and purposes destroy any work of comedy, drama, tragedy and all those in-betweens that we deem worthy.


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