Sometimes felt like I had to lean forward to see past the railing in the front (but I'm 5'0"). Also, the stairs down to the first row are STEEP. If you are afraid of heights or get vertigo at all, I'd avoid the front sections of the top balcony.
Really not a bad view for balcony seats. You can see most of the stage (missing a tiny sliver of the top parts of the set). The support pole does block your view a little bit, but not bad from this seat (would probably be worse from closer).
Beware if you are short (I am ~5'2"): the center balcony seats are high off the ground. My feet did not come close to touching and it's rough on your legs for almost 3 hours. Other than that, it's fine, especially for the price. Mostly full view. Not a perfect angle for the very front part of the stage (in front of the orchestra pit) but you should get most of it.
Good seat if you can get it for $59 with broadwaybox discount. I wouldn't recommend going too far back from this (one row behind is fine) as the overhang gets quite bad. Beware if you are short, the incline isn't great