Good seat to experience this show on stage. I couldn't see the staircase of house right but other than that it was great. You do not want to sit the back row of Orchestra for this show. Front Mezzanine would be the best for regular audience.
Good seat, though you do miss a little of the back right stage area. There is a small stage to your immediate right and this is the back row of front Mezz. Performers move behind, besides and in front of you during the show.
Great view of the stage. Lots of ensemble actors come up the stairs right next to you (sometimes blocking your view of the stage, depending on where they're standing, but usually only briefly). Lots of ensemble action right behind you, too.
This is stage right of Pierre's study, directly in front of the musical director. Most incredible theater experience I've ever had. This seat is expensive but absolutely worth it.
Despite what your ticket says, this seat is front row orchestra, furthest seat to the right. If you have table and salon patrons seated in front of you (especially tall ones), this seat is miserable: Your neck will hurt from craning and constantly shifting to see the action on the stage. The stage left stairwell that leads to the mezzanine blocks some of your field of vision (including the downstage stage left stairwell) as well as much of the sound. I only paid $39 for a rush ticket for this seat. I would have been pissed if I had paid full price for this seat. The one upside apart from a "unique" angle? Lots of audience-actor interaction and close-up views of the actors.
Top row of center section, against the back wall of the theater. Still a great seat, as there is great cast interaction with the audience. There's even a platform two rows in front of this seat where performers dance at various times. This was a really fun show!