Rush tickets for first row. Unable to see ground projections but was awesome to see the cast’s facial expressions
Aisle seat, amazing!
Great seat on the aisle. Could see everything perfectly. Close enough to see faces but far enough back to see all the action
This was so much more painful than it looks. Once people sat down in front, their seats were grinding into my knees all night. There was also no space side to side, so I was completely pinned in place. I couldn't shift at all to relieve pressure. Do not attempt this theater if you're taller than 5'8". Worst seating I've experienced.
The view was great. The seat was hideous. Narrow and the worst legroom I've ever had. My knees were crushed. So were the knees of man in front of me, so he kept pressing back into his seat to adjust, grinding into my knees. They were throbbing after 2 hours. For the love of god, don't go to this theater if you are taller than 5'8". Seriously--it's awful.
BEAUTIFUL View of the stage! Leg room was tiny bit tight, but was manageable!
Okay seat. High up and feels that way. Better for this particular show than for others.
Good seat overall, far left side of screen and any scene work on house left is obstructed
1st row of balcony. Great view and sound but limited legroom. 2/8/2020 preview performance of Ivo van Hove's revival. (When purchased, tickets were for opening weekend performance but opening was pushed back due to an injury suffered by Isaac Powell in December.)
Should be labeled as obstructed view, as 20% of the show (the bridal shop) takes place on the extreme down stage left. It's almost completely obstructed from this seat. There are also certain projections that are completely cut off. Avoid this seat.
Great seat can see entire stage
Excellent seat for this production. Last row of front mezzanine, on aisle with moveable arm rest.
A bit off center as the seat is 4 in from the far left aisle but still a great seat with a direct line of sight to the stage and loads of legroom.
Seats are very cramped but soft. View is AMAZING