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Section Balcony C is tagged with: center stage
Seats here are tagged with: allows food and drinks has an obstructed view of the stage has awesome sound has extra leg room has ok sound is on the aisle is padded
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  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: A, seat: 111
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Sheer perfection! (no leg room for tall people though!)
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: H, seat: 101
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Last row in center balcony. Left side view of stage slightly blocked due to hanging speakers. Good views otherwise and comfy seats.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: H, seat: 104
    David Byrne's American Utopia
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: A, seat: 107
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Front row center in the balcony section. Perfect view.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: A, seat: 107
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Front row center balcony. Perfect view.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: D, seat: 101
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Cheapest price category seats provided the best possible view for this show! Perfect overview of the stage production, choreography, and musicianship.

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  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: D, seat: 101
    David Byrne's American Utopia
    Cheapest price category seats provided the best possible view for this show! Perfect overview of the stage production, choreography, and musicianship.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: A, seat: 101
    Sea wall/a life
    Small theater, comfortable seats you can see the actors faces rnLots of stairs to get to the seats
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: D, seat: 103
    Sea Wall/A Life
    Intimately-designed theater so you still feel close enough to the stage. A bit high, but you can see facial expressions for the most part. Leg room ok for shorter people! Seemingly ok for taller.
  • anonymous
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: D, seat: 103
    Sea Wall/A Life
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: E, seat: 115
    Burn This
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: A, seat: 107
    Burn This
    Great seat in row A. No obstruction with rail. All seats in this theater look great.

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  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 108
    Burn This
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: G, seat: 113
    1984
    You see all the downstage action, but being high up in the balcony means the top curtain (below the proscenium) cuts off the top of the stage. You don't miss anything important, but you won't get the full effect of the production. Sound is loud and clear.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 113
    Sunday in the Park with George
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: D, seat: 110
    The Parisian Woman
    Small theater. Steep seat tiers so not too far back. Also seats in front of you are only mid calf high so legs aren’t cramped.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: E, seat: 107
    1984
    The view of the actors is actually really good. The problem is in the latter half of the play where screens are used. The top parts of them get cut off due to the high angle of these seats
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: B, seat: 108
  • anonymous
    Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: c, seat: 109
    Sunday In The Park with George
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Balcony C, row: G, seat: 112
    1984
    You see all the downstage action, but this show has a lot of video projections. Being high up in the balcony means the top curtain (right below the proscenium arch) cuts off thu top of the video projection screen. You don't miss anything important, but you also don't get the full effect of the production. Sound is loud and clear (trust me haha). Legroom is tight (what else do you expect at a Broadway theatre)?
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