Too close to see everything, but SO IMMERSIVE!
A bit too close (part of the stage is behind the Pit, so we had to turn around to see occasionally) but it was incredible to be so close.
Literally the best seat in the house for a tall person like me. There’s a fan right in front of me, so a smaller person would not be happy.
I won the Lucky Seat lottery and only paid $45.
Great seat. This is a lottery-winning ticket. Ticket says "partial view," but you can see almost the entire stage. Very close to the stage, if you like that kind of thing.
Great seats! I wouldn't recommend box seats for every show, but it works for this one.
Great view! As long as you're okay with a little bit of a height, these seats are so amazing.
Lottery seats in the left box. Angle was a bit extreme, but being on the edge of the box was close up and otherwise good views.
This is last row of box and as side of box curves back it is not as good more forward seats. Left seat is a high chair so you can see
Could see everything except when people were laying on the ground on the catwalk
The views here were great especially for some of the "cheaper" seats. You could still see waist up when they were on the catwalk and was not obstructed from action in the air.
Insanely good seat. Only nitpick is the front mezzanine wall is relatively high, so a shorter person may feel the very front of the stage is cut off unless you lean forward
Great view could see the whole stage and theatre.
Really enjoyed this seat. I could see everything clearly. I loved this seat so much that I decided to buy a cheaper ticket and sit just 3 rows back when I return next June!
The seat was good, but the heads of the people in the row in front occasionally blocked the view, and given the ticket prices this brought down my rating. Otherwise. A great view of the stage and amazing scenery, though I missed a little bit of the dancers when they were on the cat walk
Excellent seat for a superb performance. Seats are a little tight and you do miss a little of action when the actors are on the catwalk. Don't miss the pre-show which starts about 20 minutes before showtime. Moulin Rogue! Is a feast for the eyes and can't be missed
Beautiful seats! There’s a small part of the stage that juts out and you only miss a tiny, itsy bit when the can-can girls are in front.
View good-leg room ok-seats are a bit narrow. It is also warm up there.
Great seat with a bit of leg room. Had to lean over a bit to see the extension runway from the seat.
Great seat - the view is pretty good. Didn't miss anything.
Cannot see the downstage area. For the price of these tickets, this is inexcusable.
Fantastic seat, spectacular view
Absolutely astounding seat for an even more astounding show! May be the perfect seat for this insane and crazy show. The stage was full of action the entire time and from this seat, the full stage was in view. Run to see this fabulous show!
Nice view, good to see depth of action on stage.
Beautiful Sets! I normally prefer mezzanine seats but I think floor seats might be better for this show. There is part of the stage that is extended and we couldn't see too much when the dancers went out to that part. But overall the seats were fabulous!
Next to last row in the theater. The view for the entire show was excellent! You could see all of the action and facial expressions. You can see the actors from waist up whenever on the clear front piece. Great to watch the huge dance numbers and effects!
There was a good amount of the show (including one pretty important scene) that wasn't visible from this seat without some serious obnoxious leaning. The distance was fine and it was a really cool view of the whole set. Just be prepapred to do a little leaning.
Best affordable seat. Didn’t miss a second of the show! Need to lean over at times to see what’s going on the front catwalk.
Great view of most of the stage. We did miss some of the things that happened on the front of the stage on the runway stage. I’d recommend the Orchestra level to see everything better.
Great seats at an affordable price.
Great seats in a smaller theatre. The front runway from the stage is not visible from this location however but that was only an issue a couple times in the show.
Great view but felt orchestra sec would've been better for this particular show.
Great view - highly recommend mezzanine for this show.
Good aerial view but very far from the stage if you like to see more facial expressions. Sight line was also obstructed by person in front of me.
Perfect seats for the first preview of the greatest new musical on broadway!
Not bad seats! Last row of the house, but you can see everything very well, even their feet (depending on who was in front of you). I’m only 5’2, and was fine. Also wasn’t super tight legroom; not the best, but better than other theaters.
Great view and more leg space!
View is actually pretty good considering it's in the back row!
Amazing and great location
This is where the curve up the “hill” is pronounced. I recommend row N. That will be our goal row next time!
I don't think there's a better seat in this theater. It's dead center on the first row of the mezzanine, so it offers a high vantage point and is still very close to the stage.
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Nice seats. Less expensive than two rows closer, but good view for a great show.
Nice overall view but a little far from the stage for my taste because the Hirschfeld's mezzanine is huge. Ended up moving closer for the second act.
Excellent, unobstructed view. Could see performers facial expressions. No issues seeing past the row in front.
Excellent seat for this show! Direct center stage, mezzanine view is great as some of the scenes are in upper sections of the staging (ie see chair in photo)
Excellent seats with great viewing area. The first few sections of the Mezzanine seating are some of the best seats in the house in my opinion.
Excellent center seat; not far back at all
Great show! Theatre was a little chilly, so I suggest a sweatshirt. We could see the stage clearly.
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.
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.
Very cramped but on the aisle, which helps. The view was pretty good, only the very front catwalk was cut off. You could see the top half of the actors when they stood on it but you couldn't see when the dancers laid down on it. Overall you miss nothing important.
You can't see the front of the stage that juts out into the audience at all. So consider this a partial view seat.
Not the cheap seats but getting there. View was good for seeing the show. No obstructed view but couldn't see very front of catwalk. Didn't miss anything though, most of the action occurred on main stage. I forgot my glasses but luckily the theater was small so easy to see everything. Seats are tight so get ready to be chummy with your neighbor.
Really good seat. Could see everything except the front catwalk, but cast didn’t hang out there for much of the show anyway.
I thought these would be too far left but they were terrific. I think the view from the mezzanine for this show, since so much is in the air, is great.
Overall seats were fine, had to lean on Bfs shoulder at time because the head of the person in front of me got in the way
Nice view. No seats directly behind.
Pretty Decent Seat. They are very small and not comfortable for larger people, the bar between seats was broken and had an exposed screw. Very close to the cage, only used in pre-show. The show is definitely played more to center orchestra.
Fantastic view, can see all the actors quite close as it is a small theatre. Layout is great meaning no one is blocking your view. Small bit of stage that extends into audience is partially viewed but makes no difference as it isn't used alot.
As long as no head blocks your view, its a very close view in person.
You miss a little, but not much.
Good seats, a little far away. Sometimes when the actors use the catwalk in front of the stage you have to lean forward.
Above the stairs and one seat in from the aisle. Nice seats with lots of leg room.
Second to last row, in the cheapest seats. Not much legspace and tight seating, but there was ample space on the empty row in front of us to dump stuff.
TodayTix ticket. Amazing seats for price. Full view of stage
Great, unobstructed view even from the third to last row in the theatre; saw everything perfectly. AMAZING SHOW!!
Not for tall individual
The usher said these were his favorite seats in the whole place! It's right behind the aisle, so you get two rows of clearance over the people in front of you because it's stadium seating. Seat 1 is on the aisle. Great leg room. Room under the seat for coats or bags.
"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.
FANTASTIC SEAT! You can see absolutely everything. Highly recommend. Also on the aisle!
Very happy with the seats! Can see all but the front right corner of the forward stage. Can see the performers faces clearly! I would buy these seats again. Being at the end of the row, there is a little extra room. Overall leg room isn't bad. I'm a tall person and am usually terribly uncomfortable at theatre. Not here. The show was amazing! The performers incredible. Loved the venue! Highly recommend!
pretty good! lottery seats. a little obstructed but never longer than a few seconds at a time. overall great!
Still a decent view considering that it's the second to last row
No legroom so you will have to put your legs in the aisle, but view is good except for the action in the box stage left.
Very good stage view. Challenging to see the "runway" that is through the orchestra. Might have preferred Orchestra seat, but a great view of all that's on the stage.
Aisle seat, excellent view - can see stage very clearly
Second to last row of theater, could see almost everything (except a few minor characters on the dry front catwalk). Pleasantly surprised for the “cheap” seats. Excellent show!
Could just barely see key parts of action that occurred just behind elephant trunk on the balcony. Main stage view was fine, passarelle visible if I leaned forward (not much action there). avoid the right side of house bc of elephant.
The elephant blocks half the stage. Had to constantly move back and forth around it to see the show. Folks in front of me left or found better seats.
Great seat. I could still see the actor’s faces and shoulders when they were on the passerelle. Mezzanine is definitely the best place to sit to see this show.
No seats in front of us - good view
Full View of stage, great seat for price.
Last row of front mezz. Great view but not too much leg room.
Great seat ! Similar views for L 6/8
Right rear mezzanine aisle seat just right of center with clear view of entire stage
Excellent seats -- Row is right behind an aisle, so there's plenty of leg room and no one blocking your view. These seats are a steal -- priced like balcony, but feel like mezzanine
There is a bar blocking some views but it was still great. Brendon Urie as Charlie, J Harrison Ghee as Lola
Great view of everything!
A really great view of the whole show. It looks farther in the picture. Also if anyone is very large, my hubby sat in the asile seat and wasn't horribly uncomfortable at 6'1" and 450 lbs.
I was really close! it was pretty cool
Excellent seat. Almost perfect view of everything on stage.
Waaaaaay closer in person than this photo shows. Fabulous seats. Would sit here again.
Great view. Even with slightly tall guy on the left, I had no problems.
Almost as far away from the stage as you can get. Too far.
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.
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!
We were the 8th row from the stage and the last row with no mezzanine overhang. Great seats, especially because the actors come out on a catwalk!
Actors were literally right on top of us. Stage height is not too high, no trouble seeing due to stage height.
Amazing seat! Felt like we were part of the show.
Seat was great, but the overhang blocked a few things. Would probably be better to sit at the front of the mezzanine or further up in orchestra
Excellent. There's a lot going on pre-show and everything was visible from this seat.
Some things were blocked by the overhang but overall very good seats!
Can feel a little bit tight but the view makes up for it.
Row D is really the 2nd row. Hard to complain but it is a bit too close. I came back and watched from row F (2 rows back) and THAT was ideal.
A little too close. Posted row E view a few months ago and even though it was just one row back it was better
Great seats we got from TKTS
It's a good seat as the stage is near, but if a tall person sits in front of you, your vision will be obstructed.
Amazing Seats. Absolutely amazing.
Need to look up a bit but so worth it!!
The picture doesn't do this seat justice. They were amazing seats where you were close enough to see everyone's faces but still far enough away to see the full scene
Seat is OK my 300 pound butt fit in it fine.
This is the stage view. You can see the pit right beneath you. Close enough to see the spittle when they sing; maybe a little too close.
Got to look up, otherwise, great seat.
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
Overall good seats, but the balcony blocked the view of the top of the stage. If you are seeing Moulin Rouge and can sit in the first 4 rows or front of the mezzanine, I’d recommend it! The stage actually extends/wraps into the first few rows.
‘Obstructed’ but fabulous! Really I could see all but the tiniest back corner of the stage. So worth it to be right near the performers.
Not a bad seat in the place.
Ticket purchased using Audience Rewards. Mezzanine overhang blocks the elephant and the windmill in the box seats, that's all. No obstructions aside from that. Could see everything.
We sat in seats J 17 and 19 which were marked as partial view. We might have missed 5% of the show at the most. Try to avoid being in the last 2/3 seats of that row, though, since the view was blocked by a bannister. Show was unbelievable -highly recommend
Can't see windmill on left from seats but nothing happened over there that was important to the show. Could see all the actors faces for all scenes.
Labeled partial view, missed very little only on the far left side of the stage. Actors regularly walked right past me using the side stage entrance.
This was a $30 lotto seat and was labeled as partial view. Definitely missed any action if it was to the left but most of the action was at the front of the stage and great view of actor’s expressions. Can’t really complain for the price!
A bit restricted on the 4 leftmost seats of G. Seat 5 seats in was great and you only miss a tiny bit
Great view, especially for the discounted price of $79 after the promo code!
Great seats even though not center. Really close to the stage!
Close enough to the front to see clearly and close enough to the center to not miss most of the action. Narrow seats, but decent legroom.
Great seats - especially if you get at discounted price. Very close - just a bit to the side.
Very close to the stage.
Very close to the stage but no action missed on either side.
Went through Broadway roulette, amazing deal for 59.99. You find out the show the day of and don't know where your siting till 3 hours before the show!
Great seats. Get close.
Excellent seat!!! This pic doesn't do it justice!! The view was amazing, the stage was right there!!!
Excellent seat. Can see full view of everything. Even have pillar next to seat so it is almost like having an aisle seat.
Not a bad seat in this theatre. Very intimate. Decent legroom.
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.
Such an amazing seat, listed as partial view but I only missed maybe three minutes of the show in the right corner because of the staircase. You are SO close to the action and the performers are like ten feet away a lot. I wouldn’t go further over though.
Loved the seat! Partly obstructed but no big deal
Amazing seats! Close enough to see faces but not too close that it's overwhelming. A lot of the actors were interacting with us in the beginning!
It may be labeled as partial view, but if you're seeing this spectacular spectacular on a budget, then you can't go wrong with a seat like this! Only a bit of the action is out of view, and the close proximity to the actors and actresses will more than make up for what you won't see!
Great seat and legroom (aisle seat). The view is close enough to see all the actor's faces clearly. The show is "big" and I've also sat in mezzanine and prefer that view.
So far house right house that we couldn't see anything upstage center or stage left. It was a lottery seat.
So close! But partial view in limited scenes. However, dancers were right beside us!
Ok seat partial view miss 10%
this partial view seat was INCREDIBLE. We were so close! I didn’t miss anything, except at the beginning of “Crazy” in Act 2 the staircase blocked Aaron for a few seconds. You can’t see the elephant since you’re right under the box but it’s NBD.
Great view...just far back!
Might be hard to see at times if a tall person sits in front of you like I had. Otherwise, pretty great view.
I had a clear view of what was going on on stage most of the time. There were a couple brief parts of scenes where a character was either standing on the little balcony to the right or somewhere behind that staircase and I couldn't see them.
Seat is an obstructed view of stage left during the show due to staircase and platform. You also can't see what performers are doing near the elephant above in the pre-show, but ensemble members came up and interacted which was great.
very good seats. a couple minor things are missed on sides, but not enough to put a dent in enjoyment of the show. Great so far (intermission now)
Great seats. No obstructed view.
Slight obstruction on the far right of the stage, but you're not missing much.
Holy $*[email protected] and this was last minute
Amazing view for a partial view seat. Only missed the extreme house right action which isn't much in this show. There's not a seat directly in front so extra leg room.
Furthest right seat in the right orchestra, row H. Several scenes take place on a balcony on stage so the obstruction is more noticeable.
No obstructions. Just don't have anyone y'all in the aisle seat in front of you!
Great seats. Excellent view of the stage. Seats are a little small
Some scenes were slightly blocked but that's what you get for buying Partial View seats
You can't see the right side of the stage, and there are lights that block your view and make lots of heat and noise throughout the show.
Incredible view. Marked as "partial" but this was not an issue from seats 1 or 2 in Row A. Won via digital lottery ($40 each).
Lottery winner. Great seat ... right at the rail. I would not sit at any other seat in the boxes that isn't the rail seat because they are taller and I would not be comfortable. View was fantastic from any of the rail seats in this section
Seats were great.
I won the Kinky Boots lottery and saw a lot of mixed reviews about these box seats. While you are at an angle, the seats are awesome! When booking it says this is an obstructed view, but I can’t say I missed a thing and the show was amazing!!
What you miss is almost negligible. I was able to thoroughly enjoy the show.
Great lottery seats!
Great lottery seats! But, if you're afraid of heights, be warned the rail/ledge is low and may be a bit uncomfortable to sit next to...
Great view of the stage. If you get the chance, I highly recommend lining up for SRO before the box office opens. A $50 ticket to this show is a steal!
Great view of the stage. Can’t see the windmill and can only see 1/4 of the elephant’s nose. But I was able to take closer pictures of the full stage once the show ended.