What a night! What a magnificent affair! Re-opening night and the view was great!
Such a GREAT view of the stage, but I was not a fan of the seats. I'm 6'2 and felt like a sardine! As soon as you sit, it's a pain to get back up.
Perfect view even if it’s far away. I got to attend the final dress rehearsal with my friend that night.
A one night only event and it was phenomenal! Can't wait for Phantom to re-open in October.
felt close to the stage but some things that happen in the orchestra audience you'll miss if you don't lean forward because it is blocked by the mezzanine overhang. overall good seat
Great seats, especially for kids to see everything. Nothing impeding the view.
So if you are in the orchestra level on the last couple of rows, 1/3 of the top view of the stage would be covered by the Mezzanine above, which kinda sucks if you never seem the play.There is 2 "important" scene that happens in that top part.
TDF Discount. Partial view. It should be fine as long as no head blocks the view.
Happy we chose left side over right. The important action takes place on the left side of the stage. Stage floor seems at chest level so being this close comfortable. The hat belongs to my daughter-she was leaning forward to spy on the orchestra warm up
The view isn't really the problem. It's the seating is awfully tight. I had to stand up.
The railing and some people might get in the way. But still a wonderful view!
Great seats! Can see full stage, chandelier, actors' faces, etc.
First row is AA, so B row is third row. This is dead center. If you stand , you can see orchestra in pit.
Amazing seats! We could see and hear everything perfectly! No complaints. Show was amazing!
A better seat than the one I was assigned (RMEZZ H 1). I asked the ushers if I could move to this available seat at intermission and they said yes. The seat might be a little tight, but it's the view that matters.
A very partial view. You'll be leaning a lot to the side to see what's happening. It'll make you want to find an empty seat during intermission.