Very pleased with the seats.
Pretty funny how we were seats 9 and 11, but view was great! Bar not in way and not partial at all! Would totally sit here again!
Fantastic view for a show like Come From Away, which is centrally-played on the stage. Don’t be worried about the “partial view” label! Also, seats 23 and 21 have much more leg room than seats to the right of them!
Last row, aisle seat. It's a small theater so you have a pretty good view despite being in the last row.
Great seat. Bathroom first before heading up. Bar on this level too
Great View - Like all older Broadway venues, not the greatest leg room.
Second to last row of the mezzanine. This is a smaller theatre, so you are still close enough to make out expressions without binoculars. There are zero obstructions and everything on the stage is in view at all times.
3rd row from top but great seat! Can't be a bad seat in the house!
Last row of theatre, clear unobstructed view - amazing seat esp for the price!
Small theatre, very good views from mezzanine, seats a bit tight
Truly enjoyed these seats. Great deal. Only missed about 5% of stage scene.
I could see everything
This row shouldn't exist. It's on top of where the orchestra pit would be. It is considered obstructed view because you cannot see the stage floor and you have to crane your head up at 60° for the entire show. If you're short, this isn't the row for you. Photo snapped with camera above head.
Great seats, great show.
Lottery ticket! 1st row, awesome seats for a lottery. The stage is a little bit high but you get to see everything up close. Seats are comfortable and you get a lot of leg room. Small theater in general
The view was great even though it was the second row from the back. I could see all the actors faces and expressions clearly. Leg room was a bit cramped but not terrible.
Far right side, but nice close view and didn't miss anything. Also on aisle, ao more room.
Great full view. I recommend standing room only tickets if you have the time to line up before the box office opens.
Friday, October 18, 2019