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  • Shubert Theatre, section: Balcony, row: E, seat: 106
    Hello, Dolly!
    Beware if you are short (I am ~5'2"): the center balcony seats are high off the ground. My feet did not come close to touching and it's rough on your legs for almost 3 hours. Other than that, it's fine, especially for the price. Mostly full view. Not a perfect angle for the very front part of the stage (in front of the orchestra pit) but you should get most of it.
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony, row: B, seat: 114
    Indecent
    Aisle seat and desperately needed. Seats are tiny.
  • Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, section: Mezz, row: A, seat: 1
    Little Foxes
    There are rows AA (center only) and BB so A is the 3rd row. Bar is thin enough to not obstruct view. Angle of seat (pointed center) gives tons of leg room.
  • Ambassador Theatre, section: Rear Mezz, row: F, seat: 122
    Chicago
    High up but unobstructed. Aisle seat.
  • Brooks Atkinson Theatre, section: Rear Mezzanine R, row: L, seat: 2
    Waitress
    Aisle seat, and due to angle, you have basically unlimited leg room. High up but doesn't feel it. Unobstructed and you don't miss any action.
  • Lyceum Theatre (Broadway), section: Orchestra Center, row: L, seat: 112
    Fully Committed
  • Studio 54, section: FMEZZ, row: AA, seat: 121
    She Loves Me
    Front row of mezzanine, 1 seat off the aisle. Great view. Railing may obstruct slightly if you are very short and sit all the way back. I am 5'2" and it wasn't too bad.
  • Music Box Theatre, section: Mezzanine R, row: E, seat: 4
    Shuffle Along
    April 2016. Mezzanine views at the Music Box are all fantastic. Not set far back at all.
  • Tony Kiser Theatre, section: Orchestra, row: D, seat: 110
    Dear Evan Hansen
    April 2015. Incredible seat, very close to the action, totally unobstructed view.
  • Tony Kiser Theatre, section: Stool, row: BD, seat: 1
    Dear Evan Hansen
    Aril 2015, rush tickets, stool seating. Stools are high and view was obstructed by lighting equipment (seen in pic) and audience members in chairs (empty in pic).
  • Broadway Theatre - 53rd Street, section: Orchestra, row: L, seat: 19
    Fiddler on the Roof
    Close to far side but generally unobstructed view. May miss some things on the extreme corner of the stage.
  • 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).
  • Studio 54, section: FMEZZ, row: DD, seat: 1
    She Loves Me
    Last row of front mezz. Full view. Aisle seat. Angle results in essentially unlimited leg room and no one in front of you (so an unobstructed view).
  • Richard Rodgers Theatre, section: Rear Mezzanine C, row: C, seat: 114
    Hamilton
    High up but great (and full) view. Aisle seat. February 2016.
  • Yankee Stadium, section: 425, row: 6, seat: 14
    New York Yankees vs Minnesota Twins
  • Yankee Stadium, section: 423, row: 11, seat: 20
    New York Yankees vs Detroit Tigers