Taken from my eye level.
Good view but seats are small and not a lot of legroom.
The smallest theatre on Broadway; any seat in the house is a great one.
All the way against the wall on the left. There were times I couldn't even see the actors because of their location on the stage.
Partial view far side orchestra $40 Rush tickets seat. Speakers blocks small upstage corner where cast takes breaks between sets when it's not their turn but 95% of show/stage is viewable. No row in front of you so extra leg room.
Great seats for the most painfully real show on Broadway!
It's really close, so you can see the actors faces really well, the only problem is the its so far to the side that you can't see the left part of the stage.
Perfect! Can still see all facial expressions!
Not bad view for side orchestra
The overhang blocks the top of the set but all the action is on the stage with no set pieces coming down.
As long as a head doesn’t block your view, it’s great!
Front row seat, picture taken from two rows behind.
Perfect view, legroom a little tight
Comfortable seat! Ok leg room! GREAT view!!! Such an awesome expierence to be at this show!!
Great view, not too far away. Wound up being a tad bit obstructed by a tall person in front of me but honestly that was a minor issue.
Great seat. Because you're high up, you can see almost all of the action except for some things on stage right. Very small theater so you can see facial expressions
Aisle seat but NO legroom. I’m 5’5 and it was tight. Last row in theatre. There is a “staircase” under the seat so one leg is at a different height. It’s fine for a small person or a quick show. View was great, though!
Perfect distance and center stage!