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The Linda Gross Theater is the main stage of the Atlantic Theater Company, founded in 1985 by David Mamet and William H. Macy, but is also used as a performing arts space for other dance and theater performances. The stage, in the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan, is in what was originally a hall of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, built in 1854. The proscenium space is intimate with a seating capacity of 182. The theater stages productions from new and established playwrights and has been home to numerous Tony Award-nominated and -winning productions over the years by.

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Linda Gross Theater

The Linda Gross Theater is the main stage of the Atlantic Theater Company, founded in 1985 by David Mamet and William H. Macy, but is also used as a performing arts space for other dance and theater performances. The stage, in the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan, is in what was originally a hall of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, built in 1854. The proscenium space is intimate with a seating capacity of 182. The theater stages productions from new and established playwrights and has been home to numerous Tony Award-nominated and -winning productions over the years by.