Frequently Asked Questions

Ticket Info

Tickets may be purchased online, by calling OvationTix at 866.811.4111 (9am-9pm Monday – Friday, 10am-6pm Saturday – Sunday), or by visiting the Linda Gross Theater Box Office located at 336 W 20th St. (Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm).

All single ticket purchases are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Returned tickets may be processed as a tax-deductible donation. Members can exchange tickets up to 24 hours in advance. For more information on our Memberships, click here.

ACCESS25:

Atlantic is committed to connecting deeply and authentically with audiences from a broad range of economic backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and perspectives. Our Access25 ticket initiative (formerly “Back25”) makes $25 tickets available to every preview performance in the 2019|2020 season. Access25 tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis beginning 2 weeks prior to the first performance of each Atlantic Theater Company 2019|2020 production.

Student Rush

Atlantic Theater Company offers $20 student rush tickets to every performance at both our Linda Gross and Stage 2 theaters. Tickets are sold at the box office starting two hours prior to curtain and are subject to availability. Cash only, one ticket per valid student ID.

cancellation line

For sold out performances, Atlantic offers a cancellation line. Sign-ups begin two hours prior to curtain at the box office (Linda Gross Theater productions: 336 West 20th St., Atlantic Stage 2 productions: 330 West 16th St.). Patrons will be sold tickets at full price in the order they signed up if tickets go unused or are returned to the box office prior to the house closing.

Playwrights Welcome

Playwrights Welcome is a new program providing free access to theatre for Dramatists Guild of America Members, developed by Samuel French along with Dramatists Play Service, Dramatic Publishing, Music Theatre International, Playscripts and Rodgers and Hammerstein. For more information on this national program, please click here. The goal is simple: to provide free access to theatre for playwrights, composers and lyricists.

Tickets for same-day performances at Atlantic Theater Company will be will be provided to eligible playwrights showing their Dramatists Guild membership card at the Box Office starting 2 hours prior to curtain on any given preview performance day.

Group Tickets Inquire about Group Sales

If you are interested in bringing a group of 10 or more to one of our productions, we are more than happy to help! See below for group rates, and then set up your package by contacting our Box Office Manager, Molly Clancy at mclancy@atlantictheater.org.

LINDA GROSS THEATER GROUP RATES

$10 off of the regular ticket price for groups of 10+
Student Groups: $25/ticket in previews | $35/ticket post-opening

ATLANTIC STAGE 2 GROUP RATES

$10 off of the regular ticket price for groups of 10+
Student Groups: $25/ticket in previews | $35/ticket post-opening

ATLANTIC FOR KIDS GROUP RATES

$10/ticket (regularly $20 adults | $15 children)

All group rates are subject to a $1.50 Atlantic facility fee, however all other ticketing fees are waived.

Accessibility more info

We are committed to providing a great theater-going experience for all patrons. Wheelchair access and assistive listening devices are available at both the Linda Gross Theater and Atlantic Stage 2. Wheelchair accessible seats and seats with removable armrests may be purchased in person, over the phone, or online.

Plan Your Visit

PARKING

Need to park by the theater, but not sure where? Check out ParkWhiz, an online service that reserves a spot just for you. For parking by the Linda Gross Theater, click here. For parking by Atlantic Stage 2, click here.

RESTAURANTS

Salinas

136 9th Ave. (between 18th & 19th St.)
Chelsea’s romantic Restaurant & Garden is around the corner from The Linda Gross Theater. Serves dinner and drinks daily until 10pm.

Seamore’s

161 8th Ave.
A passionate fisherman since childhood, Michael combines his love of fishing and his culinary expertise with the opening of Seamore’s in New York City.

10th Avenue Cookshop

156 Tenth Ave.
Prepared on the grill, split rotisserie or wood-burning oven, Chef Marc Meyer and Chef de Cuisine Andrew Corrigan, deftly coax the flavor from each ingredient, creating delicious dishes that also happen to be healthy. Their satisfying desserts by Pastry Chef Amanda Cook are the perfect ending to the dining experience.

Crispo

240 West 14th St.
This is one of our favorite places to recommend, though it’s a bit further of a walk from the theater. Its northern Italian cuisine is great, and you and your friends might enjoy their extensive wine list which covers most of Italy. They have a full bar of grappas, amaros, aperitifs, and digestifs for aficionados.

Le Grainne Café

183 9th Ave.
With its large corner windows, tin ceilings and tin walls Le Grainne Café is reminiscent of a cafe in Paris. The food is very French and gets rave reviews from locals who fill the seats in this small cafe.

High Street on Hudson

637 Hudson St.
Walk up or down one of Lower Manhattan’s most beautiful streets, and you will find the neighborhood favorite High Street on Hudson. With its own in-house bakery, High Street highlights bold flavor dishes that compliment its award- winning bread program. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with an all-American wine and spirits list. A perfect stop before or after the show.