Strongly recommend this seat. I had a perfect view of the stage and really got to soak in little details.
Great view of the stage.
Great view of the stage!
This is a dream seat. With an extra special view and perfect sound, it’s hard to beat.
Great view! It’s on the aisle next to an orchestra entrance, so every so often people walked in and shuffled to their seats.
Good seat but you do lose visibility to the far right side of the stage
Great seat! Felt close enough to see the actors' expressions and just far enough to see the entire stage.
Good view of stage but the tech booth was so distracting. Seats were bar stool height, and I could not reach the cross bar so my feet dangled all night. Nothing on site map indicates these problems
Pretty good seats, the orchestra level isn't super steep, so at times it was a bit difficult to see over people's heads. Overall, the seats were pretty solid!
Perhaps my favorite seat in the theater! I had a clear view of the stage and felt "up close" for the show's special effects. The rows in this section are perfectly angled for an unobstructed experience.
Limited view seat, but if you sit up straight, it wasn’t terrible.
Upper/Second Balcony, front row. Barrier is thigh high so not good for rambunctious children or those afraid of heights.
Really good seat, and definitely one of the best views in the first balcony. It was a little distant from the stage, but I appreciated the elevated line of sight and sitting in the center.
Online says this is a limited view seat because of the bar/wall in front of you. It’s the first row of the second balcony. The seats were great for an inexpensive ticket. It’d be difficult for a child to see over the bars, but for an adult it’s fine.
For it’s budget price, the speaker only blocked moments when the actors were in the center of the 2nd story of the set. When the guy in front of me leaned forward for the 2nd act, my entire view was blocked. I had to lean into my bf in seat 121.
Front row center. 6' from a 3' high stage