Unobstructed but very high up- even with the upmost set of lights. Quite a few stairs to climb to get there (seriously- like climbing a tower). The theatre was comfortably air conditioned. Good sound.
Last row in theater, so you can lean forward as much as you want. Opera glasses/binoculars recommended.
Front row balcony - great seat! (I did use binoculars to see the costuming details.) I'm happy we were up above for this show because of the lighting effects on the stage.
Great seats. The only bad thing is that we kind of had to lean over to see the whole stage. Best option if you want to sit in the balcony to save money.
Great seats for the price. High up, but full view, sometimes need to lean a bit.
This is a good view, but some actions on the beginning of stage was difficult to see.
Some backdrop elements get blocked. As long as no head blocks your view, it's decent.
Decent view, front row, furthest left seat of the balcony, a little far away.
The railing in front blocks a good portion of the stage, I was constantly moving to try and see what was happening behind it.
Good seats, plenty of leg room. A little far away but you have a good, full view of the stage.
Not bad considering it was high up . I could still make out faces without binoculars although they might have helped . Was good for the price .
Big theater. You can see everything, but you’re way up there!! Lots of steps to climb to get to your seat.
Frozen. Near balcony door, ladies room and bar outside.
Have to lean forward to see over the railings and tech, can't make out faces. Legroom tight. Although the view is good, it's far. Was $100 when I went months ago, but is now $57 and worth the price.
Too far back. Can't see faces well. No obstruction. Binoculars recommended.
Lottery seat for $30. I leaned forward a bit thinking I would have to, but that wasn't necessary. Not the greatest seat, sure, but pretty good for the price. I could see everything, albeit from a distance.
I had to learn forward to see the very front of the stage, but pretty good view overall.
good seat, should have been great until someone with a big head and high pony sat in front of me
An Excellent seat!!! See faces well and am able to see all the effects from the show!!!
Awesome seat! Prime view of the stage, perfect sight lines. The rise is steep between rows so it eliminates heads in your way. Only downside is that the legroom is a bit tight!
Excellent seat, great view
These are actually very good seats and the show is absolutely AMAZING!
We had seats 101-104 and all a really good view. Unless you
Great Seat! Right at the end of the row, but still a great view!
Amazing seats. Right near the action. Full close-up view of the stage and performances.
Great view of the whole stage.
You may have a bit of trouble if you are short because there is a bar that might be in your way. I think if you are 5'5" or above you will be ok. Then the seat is great.
Great view of a great show.
Great view but very little leg room
Couldn't be better!
The view was amazing, absolutely perfect. The leg room was not amazing. If your tall, will be a tight squeeze. I'm 6' and had a hard time getting comfortable.
We had great views of the whole stage, special effects and the actors faces! My 8 yr old daughter could have used a small booster but otherwise it was good. Legroom will be tight for the average adult.
Aisle, had to sit with arm through the railing. No leg room... tough if you have bad knees.
Good view of the stage.
AMAZING seats, incredible sightlines.
Excellent seat, first row of balcony with leg room!
These were good seats. There could have been a few things on the far left of the stage that we did not see, but we didn't miss any acting or any of the story because of it.
These seats were fantastic! I would sit here again without hesitation!
You can see the actors very clearly. Not much leg room if you're a tall person but otherwise an awesome seat.
Great seats a little extra leg room then other rows
Absolutely incredible seats to this amazing musical.
we sat A9-11-13. these are all great seats - can see everything.
Really close to the stage! You can see the actors facial expressions! The last seat in the row can be a little tight for those over 6'0
I’m 5’0”, the view was perfect.
Great view but very cramped leg room. I am 5’9 and my knees were pressed up against seat in front of me. Terrific show, best I’ve seen, awesome sets and effects, and performances.
Sat in L13 & 15, great view, middle of row.
Far left of the stage was obstructed, but other than that, the view was very good. **side note** the seats were a very tight fit. Zero leg room.
Good seats, plenty close to see faces. A little off to the side, but you don't miss anything. The mezz seats have nearly NO legroom; I'm 5'5" and my knees were banged up against the row in front.
Some things get blocked, but still a close and great view!
Ok seat. Depending on who sits in front of you, the end of the stage may get cut off, and a bit of the action does take place there. Get a booster cushion if you’re short!
Very nice view, only missed the extreme left side which was barely anything for this show. Very cramped leg room though.
Good leg room, great view. Theatre is a little warm, but very nice.
Seat isn't exact because was originally given Row O, Seat 14, but they let the full rear mezzanine move up several rows.
The only thing keeping this seat from getting 5 stars is the fact that there's an extension to the front of the mezzanine which covers the stage lighting rig. If you're short, it's nearly impossible to see the front lip of the stage without a seat cushion.
Good seats. The railing did not at all get in the way by the way because there is a row of people that sit in front of you. I was able to see all the actors faces pretty clearly and didn't miss any action.
This aisle seat gives a pretty clear, unobstructed view of the stage straight down the stairway. The short wall in front of the row (to prevent you from falling onto the vom below) is in your peripheral vision but doesn't actually block your view.
Fabulous show! This is partial view seat, so set pieces and the backdrop are missed. But you miss the actors very little. You are close enough to see all the facial expressions and for $80 it’s a good deal.
Amazing view! Great seats
Great seats for the price.
Good seat, very close, but if a tall person is in front can be a bit annoying
Great view, but the seat is pretty tight if you're tall. I'm 5'11" and my knees are up against the seat in front me.
Extreme side of theatre, against wall. Barrier in front makes legroom limited, but plenty of adjacent space for bags/coats. Only some scenic elements missed, due to the viewing angle - nothing important. Good value.
Great seats! Did have a partial view but the main actors barely went out of sight for big moments in the show.
OK seats a bit cramped.
Pretty good seat for an excellent show at $59 plus fees thanks to Broadway Roulette. Legroom is on the tight side. Due to the seat being in the middle of the row you might miss action on the far right of the stage.
It's a bit far, but offers a fairly good view for the price. Small leg room. A booster seat is recommended for small children. Boosters are available for free.
Great view from Mezz 22 seat 2! This is during intermission.
Awesome view from Mezz CC 2!
Far left, seat is 1 off of the aisle. Good view other than extreme angle.
Good view. However, this will present a problem if you're shorter and there are taller folks in front of you.
This is a VERY close seat. For people who are on the shorter side, this may be a tad too close. However, I'm 6'2 and I loved it. You could see everything up close and, while you may have to look up, its nothing that will break your neck.
Says "Partial View" but perfect! Less legroom due to the conductor's area.
The stage is high up, so you definitely will be looking up, but being so close to the actors is a great experience.
Great seat on the aisle. Most of the time when action was taking place close to the edge of the stage it was right in front of you. Stage is a little high so being back a couple of rows was good.
Incredible seat. Close to the action. See all facial expressions.
Pretty good view. 5 rows from the stage
A little bit under the mezzanine overhang so you miss a little bit of the SFX at the top but exactly centre, perfect just out of premium seats
Amazing view. The heads can be disturbing.
Can see everything! (even though row K is a little under the mezzanine)
$199.50USD Matinee from ticketmaster site
Excellent view from this seat. Theater holds 1710 so feels a bit intimate.
Great view from the back. Dad was in a wheelchair but everything was visable from these seats. Not bad at all. : )
Don't get a tall person in front of you!
I wouldn't even call this partial view, it's fully obstructed. You miss the entire stage and hardly see the actors. Why even have seats like these? I'd be better off staying at home and listening to the cast recording.
Far L missed a lot of show. Lottery win go Orch R if u win
Lottery win.. good view..could not see extreme L corner at all but didn't really matter. Kevin Kline was wonderful
Good view, close to the performers, but you miss two, three special effects on the left side (which also happen on the right side).
You can't beat the price of partial view! You really don't miss that much, especially given you can save $100
Excellent Seat - no obstructions. Avoid Rows AA, A, B
Okay seat. Don't miss much of the action. Don't get to see some of the projection when it occurs at the top of the stage. Overall decent seat for the price.
Overall not a bad seat. Was able to see most of the show. It was slightly annoying however that some of the top portion of the stage was blocked by the mezzanine level
Missed part of left side but still very good
Curtain call (photos are allowed)
Partial view seating. Sometimes you can't see what's happening in the left side of the stage but it's not a big problem.
You can see almost everything, just miss the very few things that happen all the way to the side. Otherwise it's a great seat.
Oh no, don't do it. This wall, which is part of the set, obstructs half the show. Nope.
Partial view in the sense that u cannot see the FAR LEFT of stage. Great seats if you ask me ! Still a great view
Eh it's OK. Really close to the stage (cool!) but can't see anything happening in the back towards the left side of the stage, and you get a strange angle, but overall enjoyed the show anyway!
The set is not so visible well from this angle. The seats in front of you are at the same height. The heads can be annoying during the show.
This was a really good seat for the lottery price of $30! I missed a few things that happened on the far left side of the stage but it wasn't anything particularly important to the story or scene.
Very good seat. So close and full view! You are at an angle but it didn't bother me at all.
Hope you don't have a big head in front of you!
Partial View! Ticket not marked as such!!!!!!! Lottery(30$ so i cant complain) but you almost miss a KEY part of Let It Go!!!
Lottery win, partial view but you don't really miss too much
Watch out for large heads in front of you!
Watch out! It doesn't say partial view but it is. But not bad at all. Only miss 1 or 2 entrances and miss 1 or 2 ensemble members at some points.
Partial view (far back especially left corner of stage)
Definitely missed some of the action on the left side of the stage but not bad for a $30 Lucky Seat Lottery.
Full view of the stage just pray no one tall sits in front of you!
Great seat. Could see everything. Amazing sets. Leg room is very tight. If you bring a child, grab one of the cushy boosters.
Lotto seats! Off to the side but super close
Great seat, you can see everything..unless someone tall is right in front of you. I would say most seats in Mezz section are good.
Great seat, especially for the price. Although this seat is marked partial view you don't miss much at all. For the seats next to it it cost $120 more per ticket so for the price this is a seat worth melting for.
Partial view seat
I loved this seat... no complaints!
This is a VERY close seat! You feel like you're on stage with the actors! You can hear the footsteps, the breathing and even the costumes scrape the ground when actors are kneeling. Beware that if the show uses fog, you will get a face full of it!
Very last row of orchestra at Frozen the musical. Not a terrible view! Could see the faces of characters well, and the mezzanine above barely blocked anything (except for partially one scene).
If you want to see all of the projections & effects sit in mezz, but if you want to be close to the cast this is a great seat!
TERRIFIC SEATS CAN SEE EVERYTHING
Relatively close to the stage, but the overhang might be a problem for those who like a full view. Still, not bad.
Pretty good seat for the price. Lots of leg room
Lottery seats that were partial view. You definitely miss some of the story that happens in the far right corner of the stage, but for the price I paid, I'm not too sad about it.
Partial View seats missed half of the left side but still good seats
Good location, could see everything though if there was someone tall in front they might block part of it
Great seats. I'm a plus size girl and was a bit worried after hearing reviews of the seats being small. I thought they were very roomy. Legroom was OK but plenty of butt room.
Great seats! There were only a couple moments when one character was a bit too far over to see but it wasn't a problem whatsoever. Would definitely sit here again.
Lottery seats that are listed as Partial view, they really mean it! You miss 1/4 of the show. But most of the important scenes are downstage.
Close enough to see the actors facial expressions, however missed much of the upstage center and blocking stage left. Luckily it was only for a few seconds. Ticket price was out of this world and I would buy again. All of the main action could be seen.
Can't recommend these seats. Ticketmaster said partial view. Other reviewers said not too bad. It sucked!!!!! I'm a mezzanine row A girl. I took a chance with these seats 'cause at $57 it didn't seem like a bad deal. I couldn't see anything to the right of the stage or anything on top of the stage. And you do miss a lot!! The only good thing was being up close to the stage allowed for seeing the characters really close. But not worth it. For this performance I highly recommend, if you really want to do orchestra section, do center from Row B and back. Going back to my mezzanine seats. The play by the way was awesome.
No obstruction. Good seats.
Great Seat!! The person next to me was seat D16. Great Seat for 57.50
Digital lottery. Not complaining at all for the price ! Only two small bits of action occurred in the beg were blocked. But it happened so fast. In part two an actor came out the door next to us and said hello to my daughter ! She was thrilled.
I'm 6 feet 0 inches tall and the stage was just below eye level. My daughter is 5 foot 5 inches and actually grabbed a booster seat. The view was actually really good. Obviously we weren't in the middle, but the performers were literally feet from us.
To a first timer, this is a pretty partial view with a huge portion of the right side completely blocked.
Very small theater.