Nice incline in the mezzanine so even though this is reasonably far back, you won't miss anything. Definitely some of the more uncomfortable seats on Broadway, I was squashed.
Probably the best seat of the whole place. Even if the ticket says "Partial View", it is totally wrong. I didn't have to lean to see anything. The whole show is in the center of the stage anyways so you're not missing anything at all.
I loved this seat! What the seating charts don't show is that this seat juts out beyond the rows in front of it so that you're basically looking straight down the aisle, with no heads in your way, and with extra legroom. Even though it's in the second to last row of the mezzanine, it doesn't seem far at all. I was very pleasantly surprised.
This is the last row in the mezzanine. Middle of the row. The seats are tiered so you don't have heads blocking your view. The Dear Evan Hansen "digital interactive" set is amazing and you have a birds eye view of it, though some of the projections look off because of line of sight. These are great seats for the money
No incline from the row in front, and I had a tall head in front of me and had to adjust the entire time. If I were a little taller (or he shorter), this seat would have been perfect.
Standing Room "seats" at the Music Box Theatre are known to be amongst the best on Broadway. I can only concur. Sightlines will be slightly cut off from the mezzanine overhang but not nearly enough to feel like you're missing out on anything of significance. Standing Room is definitely the best way to see Dear Evan Hansen without emptying your wallet.