"Diamond Circle." Great seat! Full view of big show and can see faces clearly.
This is a picture I took standing up.
The was worried about the elephant but it was totally fine. Can’t see EVERYTHING but neither can the people who paid 300 dollars to sit right up front so it worked for me! The show is a spectacle so any seat will be great. Rating based on bang for my buck.
Good seat, a little to the side and high up view, but great for facial expressions.
Aisle seat. Decent view. Stage right is a little obstructed but you don't miss much.
Very obstructed view. You miss some things on and because of the box set. You see more of the center and the right side of the theater. rnrnOn the bright side, the actors walk by you.
This is a limited view seat. About 10% of the action happens behind a balcony directly in front of you. On the other hand, actors enter and exit from the walkway 3 seats to your left which is fun. Also, heavy bass in this seat.
Very close to the stage. Its virtually at the end of the row. Tixs labeled as partial view. you will miss some action on the left balcony area but it wasn’t a big deal. These were lottery seats so we were not complaining about missing an occasional actor
The front part of the stage is a little bit blocked, but you don't miss any action. Some good leg room too!
You can see everything but it's hard to make out actors' expressions. For a show with amazing costume and stage design like this, I'd recommend trying to sit closer to the stage.
Fantastic seat! However, the first row of the mezzanine sits a little too low for them to have a good view. As a result, they lean forward a lot and can block some of your view. I'd recommend row C actually.
Lotto win! great seat!
Good seat with direct line of sight to the stage. Very roomy with lots of legroom. Had to lean forward somewhat to see actors on the runway, and couldn't see the occasional activity taking place directly below the windmill and elephant.
Very happy. No one in front of me. Small theater; even with my poor eye sight, I could see their faces clearly yet was far enough away to see all the action. I'm short, and my favorite seat is front row mezz when it overhangs close, which this does.
Could see everything except when people were laying on the ground on the catwalk
Row F is 4th row - great sets, just off center.rnWouldn’t want Can Can seats as much of the show happens forces them to be rubber necks.
Under the over hang of the mezzanine but it doesn't affect the view. Great seats!
This is the first row of the theater with the stage runway in front of you, a can-can section and then the main stage. Compared to other front rows, this one was great as the runway wasn't as high so viewing wasn't as strained. HIGHLY recommend this row!
So close to the dancers and actors it is crazy. It is a partial obstructed view but so far I haven’t missed anything. Totally worth it. Theater is warm. Seats are tight and leg room is minimal.
Great seat!! You can’t see their faces for a bit when they are on the balcony during The Sparkling Diamond but it’s nbd. Aaron Tveit gets very close if you are into that. They enter/exit via the aisle to your right which might be distracting to some.