Row BB is the front row for Girl From the North Country. Stage isn’t too high and there is plenty of space between the seats and the stage. Great view
Good view, right at the center of the stage. Good legroom (even for someone who has trouble with that), narrow seats. A few rows forward would be ideal, but no complaints!
Perfect seat. Great leg room (and I'm 6 ft 4). Front row would have been amazing too. Stage isn't high at all.
In the aisle between orchestra left and orchestra center
Last row of orchestra but excellent seat and great leg room
Full view of stage. Very tight seating! Not much legroom to speak of. Very tight quarters! Was a $39 lottery seat! Would have been upset if I paid full price for that seat ($98).
Partial view for the right side of the stage, but fine for this specific show.
Because of the show's use of screens (various spots around the theatre) none of the show was missed. And the right side of the stage had audience "restaurant" seating, so there wasn't a lot of the show taking place in that area.
Won lottery tickets - amazing experience in a private two-seater box but couldn't see what was happening on the left side of the stage
Last row of mezzanine, steep balcony did not obstruct much at theh top of the stage. On stage bar not viewable but good view into the control room where a lot of stage action takes place.
Great seats. Seat 112 is 2 seats off aisle.
Good view of the whole stage, could not see when performers in audience section. I am 6'2", it's a tight seat with ok leg room, started to become uncomfortable after first hour.
Seat not marked as Partial View, but was obstructed by a pole. However, I got the ticket for $46 so not terrible for this amazing show! Don't miss Bryan Cranston
My feet were dying, but Bryans performance is worth it and the view is FLAWLESS
Incredible experience being able to sit on stage and be served drinks and dinner during NETWORK while sitting in the on-set restaurant. Highly recommend both the great play and the stage seats - one of a kind experience!
Last row of the balcony. Could see pretty much the whole show with the exception of a few times the actors were on the front of the stage. Most of those times the show was broadcasted on the screens anyway.
Rush ticket, listed as partial view. The right was obstructed, but the screens helped at certain times. Good space for the legs. Next to speaker, so the music is loud. Under air conditioning, so bring a coat.