Very close to the actors, which is very cool. The stage is very low (it was below the usher's waist) so your neck won't be too cramped.
rushed tickets, such good seats!
perfect seats, can see everything
Perfect distance from the stage with a full view.
Last row of the mezzanine. May feel far away at first, but you get used to it quickly. Everything is in view, including what is on the screens behind the company, whose expressions may require binoculars to be seen for those who like a closer view.
Perfect seats. Perfect show.
Decent seats to see the show. No complaints. Lots of women like 80% for this show so pee before you come. Leg room limited per usual. View as represented in pic.
Great view to the stage right between the two people in front of me!
good seat, not much leg room but i just get up at intermission to stretch out and then i'm fine. definitely worth the low price ticket.
Great Seats! A bit far but no action missed. My view was not blocked at all as I sat first row of the rear mezzanine area. Mean girls is a great show!
Great seats. Off to the side but could see everything.
Good view! Might be considered partial view, but you really don’t miss much, other than a few actors facing the opposite direction!
Great seat for the price (got $129 tickets for $89 from Playbill).
Decent seats -- right under the mezzanine overhang. More or less comfortable if a little on the narrow/tight side.
Good seats. No overhang to block the view. My shortie 11yo said she had no problem seeing the stage. We paid a little more for these seats vs seats on the left a little closer. I don’t think I would choose that way again. Not worth the premium
Lotto seats. Picked up at 4:30 on day of event. Dead center of orchestra. Good leg room. Tight seats on sides.
I am normally not a fan of the first row, but the stage is not particularly high and you are set back due to the orchestra pit. The view was perfect and I would definitely choose this row again if I havethe opportunity