Adam Lindsay was, with Thomas Wall, a cofounder of the Maryland Company of Comedians, the first resident theatrical company in Baltimore, Maryland. It was founded in 1781. He owned a coffee house prior to working with Wall, and returned to that profession after 1785.
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