Good seat. Could see everything. Concession stand is right outside the door and so is the men’s and a family restroom.
Great view with no heads blocking it.
U really miss the rear right portion of the stage
Seat on the aisle for Dear Evan Hansen. If a taller person(I'm 5'4") were in the second seat it would block my view, but with a short person in front I could see perfectly.
Seats were really great! PB is the second row of permanent seats behind the 1st row PA. Don't be fooled, row A is actually the 3rd row! For this show, they had 3 rows of fold out seats in the pit area but they may not be standard.
Good seat. Whole stage in view. 5 rows from the back.
Large pit, so still not too close. Great seats - #1 is on aisle
Great Seat. A little far but a clear view. Also has a space behind seats 6-8 for safely keeping purse/bag.
This is the view leaning forward. Leaning back against the seat creates an obstructed view.
This view is while leaning against the seat back. A clear view requires leaning forward, which gets uncomfortable eventually.
Not bad if you're on a budget!
This is the last row in this section and is directly in front of the AV equipment which is noisy. The fans make it hard to hear. Don't get tickets here.
This row is the last row in this section. It has two rows worth of audio visual control boards directly behind these seats.
Really great seat, on the aisle, no obstructions, and can see the actors' facial expressions clearly but don't have to crank your neck to see the whole stage.
In the absolute center of the row and far enough in front of the balcony to avoid any acoustic compromise. 5 rows closer (you can do the alphabet math) would be the best seat in the house. (The slope of the floor dimishes in front of that row.)
Nice view. This is a darn good seat.
Great to see the stage exactly Center. You can sort of see people’s faces, but not as good as Orchestra. Sound was good.