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  • Boston Opera House, section: LOBXLV, row: G, seat: 51
    The King and I
    Limited View but only $24, great up close view but missed a lot on this performance
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, section: Loge, row: A, seat: 501
    The King and I
    Good view, though the proscenium arch will cut off a bit of stage left. I wouldn't recommend sitting much further to the right. I took this photo lower than eye-level to avoid a hawkish usher; the lip of the Loge **WON'T** block your view.
  • anonymous
    4 star theater seat view
    Pantages Theatre (Hollywood), section: Orchestra C, row: NN, seat: 106
    The King and I
    Wonderful seats! The only complaint I have is that I wish I was a little bit closer. But we have a perfect view of the stage; the seats are on an incline so my view has never been blocked (and I'm short). We can see and hear the performance perfectly :)
  • anonymous
    5 star theater seat view
    The Paramount Theatre, section: 33, row: W, seat: 3
    The King and I , touring
    For nosebleed seats these are pretty good.
  • Golden Gate Theatre, section: Balcony, row: B, seat: 123
    The King and I
    Great reasonable seats! Recommend bringing some binoculars if you want to see faces. :-}
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, section: Orch Left, row: F, seat: 110
    The King and I
    Close to the action but far side seating. You may miss some things if they are far upstage, but for this production, a lot of the action took place on the retractable stage in front of the main stage (over the band as visible here).
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, section: Orcho, row: H, seat: 509
    The King and I
    You do miss quite a bit of anything that happens in the recessed part of the stage. This is a small, cozy theater and so while these seats put you close to the stage I feel like no seats are going to feel too far away. Look for seats in center.
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, section: Orcho, row: H, seat: 509
    The King and I
    Seat is on the extreme right side of the stage, but the stage extends out over the orchestra pit and most of the action happens there, so it isn't as terrible as it looks. You are very close to the stage and action, but I do think there are better seats.
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