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Linda Gross Theater

Website http://www.atlantictheater.com/

Address

336 West 20th Street
New York City, NY 10011

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Linda Gross Theater

Public Transportation

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By Subway:

C, E to 23rd Street 1 to 18th Street

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By Bus:

M14, M20, M23, M11

Accessibility:

Wheelchair Info

Wheelchair Info

Wheelchair patrons can be assisted via staff through a back door entrance. For information call (212) 691 - 5919.

Seating

Seating

Wheelchair Seating: Row L, specifics vary from show to show / no steps • Accessing the Front Row (A): eleven wide steps, available railing

Elevator\Escalator

Elevator\Escalator

Available from lobby to lower level (Benches, Bathrooms and Concessions)

Entrance

Entrance

Street to Lobby: ramp located past the gate to the right of the theatre / Doors to theatre are opened manually by patrons

Restroom

Restroom

Both Men’s & Women’s: lower level, available elevator / Wheelchair-accessible stall, sink, paper towel dispenser, and changing table

Water Fountain

Water Fountain

Lower level accessible via elevator

Telephone

Telephone

None on premises

Assisted Listening System

Assisted Listening System

Induction Loop System, receiver and headphones provided Ask the assistant house manager when scanning tickets; provide ID as collateral

Visual Assistance

Visual Assistance

Low vision seating available upon request as available.

Directions Subway

Directions Subway

C, E to 23rd Street 1 to 18th Street

Directions Bus

Directions Bus

M14, M20, M23, M11

Parking

Parking

Significant street parking available Lafayette Garage, 403 Lafayette St. .2 miles away, ramp, valet parking

Passenger Loading Zone

Passenger Loading Zone

Available drop off-zones in front of theatre

Box Office

Box Office

Lobby level; accessible

Curb Ramps

Curb Ramps

None available

Theater Description:

Atlantic Theater Company is the award-winning Off-Broadway theater that produces great plays simply and truthfully by utilizing an artistic ensemble.  Atlantic believes that the story of a play and the intent of its playwright are at the core of the creative process. The plays in the Atlantic repertory, from both new and established playwrights, are boldly interpreted by today’s finest theater artists and resonate with contemporary audiences.

Since its inception over 27 years ago, Atlantic has produced more than 150 plays including Tony Award-winning productions of Spring Awakening and The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Martin McDonagh); world premieres of Almost an Evening, Offices and Happy Hour (Ethan Coen); The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Cripple of Inishmaan (Martin McDonagh); Body Awareness (Annie Baker); Romance (David Mamet); Through a Glass Darkly (Bergman, adapted by Jenny Worton); Farragut North (Beau Willimon); Dreams  of Flying Dreams of Falling (Adam Rapp); Bluebird and Harper Regan (Simon Stephens); Storefront Church (John Patrick Shanley); Blue/Orange (Joe Penhall); Port Authority and Dublin Carol (Conor McPherson); Writer’s Block (Woody Allen); American Buffalo and Edmond (David Mamet); The Cider House Rules (adapted by Peter Parnell); Celebration & The Room, The Collection & A Kind of Alaska and The Hothouse (Harold Pinter); Gabriel (Moira Buffini); Oohrah! (Bekah Brunstetter); Mojo, Parlour Song (Jez Butterworth); Boys’ Life and The Lights (Howard Korder); Distant Fires (Kevin Heelan); Missing Persons (Craig Lucas).

During its history, Atlantic has garnered twelve Tony Awards®, eleven Lucille Lortel Awards, fifteen Obie Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, five Outer Critics Circle Awards, and three Drama League Awards.  Atlantic also operates The Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, which has an undergraduate program in conjunction with NYU, as well as a two-year professional acting program and a six-week intensive workshop every summer. Atlantic partners with schools and teachers throughout the greater metropolitan area coordinating in-school visits of teaching artists and post-theater talkbacks.

What's Playing:

The Welkin