Box seats were great. I had orchestra row e the first time and I like these seats better. Partial view bit nothing that took away from the performance. I felt I saw more here than in row e. Box seats F.
Considered partial view, but you only miss about 30 seconds total of the show.You're up really close, and can see the facial expressions of the actors really well. AMAZING seat recommend if you can get it.
Could not see balcony or right staircase, but I did not mind, despite the fact that I am one of the biggest Hamilton fans in the world. It's a great seat- the view is extremely comprehensive.
These seats were excellent. I would recommend them as you get a great view of everything that happens, and it's not too far. Seats in front mezz. middle would be your best bet. Also the show itself is a must watch!
Hard to see parts of second level of the stage. Regardless, the Show is absolutely amazing. **Update 10/26: Those two balls of light are chandeliers; they're off during the show, but the placement makes it difficult to see stages left and right. Thankfully, there isn't much action on the upper levels that you miss (just standing and singing up there).
Very good seats on the aisle. You can spend more for the closer floor seats but these are great for the price. Elevated so you can see down on the stage with no obstructions (except for reeally tall guy in front of us 6'5"). We had no trouble seeing the actors facial expressions.
In the orchestra within rows about B to F, seats 17 and up, you'll miss the left back corner of the second level, but since very little happens there, these are great seats. No complaints from me. As an honest, straight-up opinion; you will be much much happier with these seats than anywhere in the back of the orchestra or mezzanine. I got my ticket for $300, so that's a great deal. If you can get this section/seat cheap enough, BUY IT!
I certainly wouldn't want to be any closer, but row E (4th row) was fine. We had seats 12 & 14. Wouldn't want much further out from the center either. We missed very little. Hard to see feet and extreme upstage left. Most action took place front & center.
These seats were fine! I was worried because I'd heard good and bad things but we could see everything. Just lean down a bit to see actors faces sometimes on balcony but really not much happens up there. Dont worry!
Fantastic seats. Full view of the entire stage and no effect of overhang. No obstruction. Good leg room. And better than floor Orchestra seats as each row is raised so no heads blocking in front if you.
Pretty good seats. A little cut off by the mezzanine but really didn't cause any issues. There were one or two times when it was difficult to see someone on the far right of the stage but overall good seats.
FANTASTIC SEAT. Closer view then it appears in photo. In this theater, best rows are center orchestra D-J. However, orchestra stadium seating starts at K and is excellent as well because no issue with heads in front of you. Mezz really starts at Row M Orch
This seat is second row, right smack in the center. Honestly, this is my favorite seat I've had at this venue. Sound is great, you can see every bit of emotion, spit, detail etc. The only downside is that you have to look up ever so slightly to the stage.
Very very close to the stage. Could see everything and made some awkward eye contact with the actors/actresses. Definitely a unique experience and would recommend this seat to anyone
Except for the tall dude's head in front of me, still great seats for Hamilton and I could see all the action on stage. Actually, the way the stage is set up you could sit to the far left or far right -- even up close -- and still see everything going on!
Unobstructed but looking down on the performers heads. Very narrow seats. Very crowded if you have shoulders. I'm 5'9" and my knees were pressed into next row. Husband was very uncomfortable. Theatre miserably hot. Dress cool.
I stood standing room position 101 which is next to the aisle. This came in handy the few times that the action moved to the upper level of the stage so I could lower my point of view in the aisle, otherwise I wouldn't have seen much. I have no complaints