A bit far for facial expressions, but the railing is short enough for me @ 5'1" to see perfectly fine
Nosebleeds, but actually a very good view
Great seat for overall view. Hard to see faces clearly though
Difficult to see all of the facial expressions, but still. Good view
Center section, second row from the rear, on the aisle. Great seat!
$100 partial view. Great way to see fantastic staging, lighting & choreography you can't see from orch. Sound ok; speaker very close. Cold in this area. Bring binoculars to see expressions. Couldn't see far right of stage. Nothing major happens there.
Pleasantly surprised and how good this view was! Maybe being some binoculars if you want to get a better view of facial experessions, but honestly I was happy without them.
More leg room in Row A to the rail. Makes it easier to wxit the row of ppl too. If short (<5') you might have to sit higher to view above the rail. Great view.. nothing obstructed from the side. Unique looking deeper into the orch pit from balc.
Last row in the section
Rails do not get in the way at 5"2'. Clear view of the stage but far enough you can't see the actors' faces clearly
In the first row & can see into the pit
1 section off center. Great view of entire stage. Railings/lights do not get in the way
The beautiful ceiling at the Orpheum
Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco
Very good seat. Closer to stage than first row center balcony. In line with mezzanine row D. Lots of leg room.
Actual size as seen from this $100 partial view seat. Audio and climate control much better than opposite side (AA 3). I couldn't see General Charles Lee when he was on the second level but these scenes are negligible.
Sitting down, great view
This is a prime view. There is a rail and some wires in front of the ledge, but they don't distract. If you're shorter, get a seat booster cushion in the Mezzanine bar (there is a stack of them). Leg room is a slightly less than the regular rows.
Front row of the Loge doesn't get much better. This is a prime seat. The view is great. If you're a little short, grab a seat booster cushion from the Mezzanine bar so the rail doesn't distract your view. Excellent seat!
If you can afford it, the first row of the mezzanine is fool proof. Perfect view, sound and seat.
Stage is easily viewed. 3x opera glasses were very useful to see facial expressions to enhance experience but not needed to appreciate the full-company performance. Would sit here again.
Great View From our seats. Only a very small part of the left stage was cut off but it didn't matter we could see everything that happened.
There's a rail below adult eye level - might be an issue for some children. You do lose the view of a bit of the stage on the left.
Couldn't see the very left of the stage but the height of the section (Loge) made it easy to see the rest of the stage and we weren't too far from the stage. No problems seeing over people in front of us.
Obscured view of top left corner of stage, but nothing happens there anyway. Great seats about 8 off center.
Great view to see the movements. Highly recommended, better than orchestra back rows.
You can't see everything that is going on, but these are good seats!
Amazing seat!! You see most of the action and the actors' faces, and while the view obstructs the right balcony, you only miss some dancing and one or two minor scenes (Eliza and Phillip in Schuyler Defeated and Charles Lee's rant in Stay Alive).
This is a partial view seat and it was excellent, a tiny part of stage right was obscured. I had binoculars as well which were perfect.
Dead center of Loge. Fantastic view of turntables and upper surround.
This is the back row of the Mezzanine and I was pleasantly surprised at what a good seat it was. It was all I could get on short notice, and I have no complaints.
This is a pretty decent seat. It's on the far left of the Mezzanine. I was nicely surprised that the view was so good. I didn't feel a million miles away. This was all I could get for the price, and it wasn't bad!
This is 5th row of the Mezz. Excellent view of the stage and rotating floor and choreography. It's closer than it looks. Perfect theatre for Hamilton.
it's an end seat-so I love the leg room.
View is unobstructed. Legroom is a bit tight if your 5’8 or taller. The row behind us had much more leg room (like Econ plus in plane)
Show hasn't started yet but notice if there is anything going on with the right balcony then I won't have a direct view
It may look far but these really are great seats. You can see everything. I was hesitant but once we got to our seats it was fine. I would buy tickets in this section again!
Actual size. I thought this was a very good seat. Huge leg room. Last row so I was able used 2 cushions without blocking anyone. Aisle seat for quick run to restroom and quick exit. Great view of lighting effects, choreography and rotating stage.
I thought this was a very good seat. Huge leg room. Last row so I was able used 2 cushions without blocking anyone. Aisle seat for quick run to restroom during intermission and quick exit. Great view of lighting effects, choreography and rotating stage.
Good view of all the action
rows are tight. Saving grace on this seat was that it was an aisle seat and I was able to see everything.
Good seats with only stage left upper set obscured. Show is still amazing - happy to have been there!
Absolutely perfect view!
The Orpheum isn't a large theater and most seats are good. You can see the actors faces but if you want to see details, then use opera glasses.
Even this close it was incredible!
Epic seats for an incredible show!
Hamilton and Peggy Tour the stage is high but I won't complain.
great seats. good view of actors. old seats, so smallish.
Perfect seat, not too close. You can see everything including actors facial expression
Orchestra row Y seat 13. Awesome view, very close to the stage. Audio and visuals were good. Downside is that if you are shorter than 5’3” then heads may obstruct your view a little. This problem can be fixed with a seat riser that the theater provides!
Great seat! Brought my mom in her WC
Great seats! This is a show to watch in orchestra!
fantastic view of entire stage. a bit tight when people try to pass-but not unlike all theaters I've been to.
Great seat loved it. Saw expressions on faces clearly.
Great seat. Good leg room.
For the price the seat was great but definitely missed anything in the far right of the stage but for this show we didn’t feel like we missed too much
Smaller venue so our view of the whole stage was wonderful. Could see cast expressions perfectly! No regrets!
Back row of orchestra but could see the show just fine.
Definitely a budget friendly seat. I wouldn't purchase these (or any side stage seat) if other options were open in the same price point. Hearing the voices was difficult because the speakers were up high and pointed out and we were underneath them. I got a headset for the second act and that helped.
Awesome! Wow! Dead center view. I think this might be the best seat in the house. Just far enough away to see all the action on stage, but close enough to see facial expressions and costume details. This seat is a winner!
This seat is close all right, but it's far enough away that you can still see everything. The Orchestra pit is between the stage and you, so that makes the distance perfect. It's nice to see the facial expressions on the actors. I recommend this seat.
Ticket sold as Partial View. There was some obstruction, but very limited. Every major scene was visible. Could not see upstairs right, but nothing major happened there. Occasional blocking by choreography, but nothing that prevented me from enjoying it
So close... But you won't see action on stage right or on 1/2 of the platforms.
Sold as partially obstructed. Barely obstructed except upper left but didn't affect experience. Actually great seats... especially when compared with the 3x inflated price of a few seats over non-obstructed. Would totally recommend these seats.
A bit far back, but definitely not bad!
They call this rear side orchestra so not as expensive as central, but it’s a great view— could see the faces and all the details. Even from U17 a couple seats further out we could see most of the sides of the stage.
Left entry is obviously obstructed, but considering a few seats over were $849 I'd say it's a great deal
Great seat for the price I paid $186, plus fees.
Sold as partial view seat. Seeing facial expressions up close more than makes up for missing the back left corner of the stage. I preferred this seat over A121.
Obstructed view but still great Hamilton ticket. Worth the $186
Great show from obstructed view seat. Nice to see actors up close.
Amazing seats for a great price!
Great seats - could see everything very well. My 9 yr old sat next to me using a booster seat (provided by theater) and had a great view too.
Seeing their faces brought a whole new dimension to the show for us.
I think the stage is quite high. I missed the floor action/effects. Still, it was great to see facial expressions really up close and not have anyone block my view.
Great view from all our seats (M 121,123,125,127) we could see everything.
Great view from all of our seats (M 121,123,125,127) we could see everything.
Fabulous seats!! The whole stage was visible and close to the action!
Nice view. Right behind disabled seating so easy to see.
Great view from this aisle seat, pretty close to the stage, not a single head blocking the view
Partial view seat, pretty decent. You will miss any action on the right side of the balcony but not much goes on there. Great value
We have the end four seats (22, 24, 26, 28) in row U. Great seats - plenty close to the stage and close to the exit as well.
Row M side obstructed but good seat, would not go much closer, $195 as opposed to $500-800 for center orchestra.
This seat was sold as a Partial View ticket for $186.00 The folks for sat 6 seats to my left paid $900 for their ticket. I'm not sure what I missed as I could see George Washington when he was on top on the right side. Totally worth it.
Great seats even for obstructed view.
Bought a week before from Orpheum website - "obstructed view" but still well worth the price. Could see most of the action onstage and quite close to the actors
Partial view but no problem. Great seat! Best seats I've ever had!
4th seat from aisle. 06-Dec-2017
Les Miserables, Good sightlines. A little to right, close to aisle. Seats are older, small and not super comfy, but close!
Obstructed view, missed three brief moments that happened on right balcony. Totally worth it because the price was great and it was amazing to see all the emotions on the actors’ faces
Don't miss much but what happens in the far stage left downstage (which isn't that much). Not bad for only $84! (Go to box office and save ticket fees)
Seats are great!
Near perfect seats, on dead-center, on aisle
Hamilton aisle seat
Won this seat in the Ham4ham lottery, for $10, no complaints! The stage is a bit high so I had to crane my neck a bit. Sound volume and balance were great.
This is 5th row in the center orchestra secton. Excellent seat to see all the action and expressions. This theatre is such a great venue for Hamilton.
Amazing seat. 3 from the center aisle.
WOW! Fantastic seats! However, too low to see action of turntables. If it's your first viewing of Hamilton, sit in Mezz or Balcony to see turntable action
last row to not be covered by balcony, great view, no obstructions
close to center aisle. minor obstruction of the back right side of the stage.