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  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony L, row: E, seat: 5
    King Lear
    Specifically for King Lear, there are entrances/exits through the audience that you won't be able to see from the balcony. Otherwise, decent view, though a tad far and a tad steep. Leg room is minimal at best.
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    Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: C, seat: 105
    The New One
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: C, seat: 109 & 111
    Indecent
    Go see this incredible play before it closes!
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony R, row: A, seat: 10
    Indecent
    full view of the stage, RUN TO SEE INDECENT, bigger projections get cut off a bit by the lights (just 2), not a ton of legroom, bar can get annoying
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: F, seat: 101
    Indecent
    DO NOT SIT IN THIS SECTION FOR THIS SHOW. they show captioning on the wall, explaining some of the story and stuff that's happening on stage. you miss important details, which makes it difficult to understand pieces of the show. Otherwise, seat is good.
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 114
    Indecent
    Aisle seat and desperately needed. Seats are tiny.

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  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 112
    Bright Star
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 102
    No Man's Land
    Cramped. Uncomfortable.
  • Cort Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 102
    Waiting for Godot
    Cramped. Uncomfortable.