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  • Describe the Night

    Until Dec 17, 2017

  • Hangmen

    Jan 17 - Mar 4, 2018

  • This Ain't No Disco

    May 11 - Jul 1, 2018

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Describe the Night

Until December 17, 2017

Playwright Rajiv Joseph returns with a world premiere drama that spans 80 years in Russia and tells stories of seven men and women who are connected by history, myth and conspiracy theories. Best-known for his 2010 triumph Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, starring the late Robin Williams, this new drama takes a vastly more serious approach by tackling Russian conspiracy and spanning over eight decades. We move through the early days of Communism, to the Cold War and the rise of the new post-2001 Russian superstate.

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Hangmen

January 17 - March 4, 2018

After an absence from the stage of nearly a decade, Oliver and Oscar winner Martin McDonagh makes a triumphant return with Hangmen, his new play that explores the death of capital punishment in Britain. Already a hit over on the West End, Hangmen is replete with McDonagh's voice, darkly comic, thrilling and uniquely entertaining. You may know him from his work on Seven Psychopaths and In Bruges. If you enjoyed them, the macabre and witty Hangmen is the play for you.

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This Ain't No Disco

May 11 - July 1, 2018

From Hedwig and the Angry Inch's Stephen Trask comes this new electrifying musical of the hopes and dreams of those who seek to find solace and revelry in the great clubs of the city from the shining beacon of Mudd Club to the Disco Mecca of Studio 54. As they journey uptown and downtown amid the grime, the graffiti and the garbage of 1979, every choice they make is fateful in world where fortunes can be made or broken with every turn of the disco ball.

Linda Gross Theater

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336 W 20th St, New York, NY 10011

  • Capacity: 199

Located in the vibrant and historical Chelsea District of Lower Manhattan, the Linda Gross Theater underwent extensive renovations completed in 2012 and the Gothic Revival Building proudly stands as the home of new and inspiring work proudly fostered by the Atlantic Theater Company. It's an intimate yet grand venue with 199 seats and has seen the production of over 125 plays since it became the company's first permanent home.

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Tipsy Parson
0.06 mi away at 156 Ninth Avenue

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0.07 mi away at 136 9th Ave.

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Park-it Management
0.35 mi away at 249 10th Ave.

Park-it Management
0.35 mi away at 241 W. 26th St.

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