could see the whole stage but it felt very high up and very far away. i also had very little leg room that it was almost painful to sit. if you have bad knees, are 5'6" or taller, or you can't see too well, i don't recommend this seat for you.
Decent view, very front of stage can’t be seen. rnNot a lot of leg room but not bad for the price. rnrn* a lot of stairs to get to the balcony
Terrible view. Can’t even see the bottom of the curtain between the heads in front of you, much less when trying to bob and weave between the people in front of you.
People’s heads are more obstructive than the ceiling’s overhang.
The overhang is annoying but people’s heads are the biggest view blockers.
Would have preferred 1st row of mezzanine, but these were still good seats, could see the actor's expressions and loved it.
Great seats! The mezzanine slightly hangs over but you miss nothing. Would buy again!
Clear view. No obstructions
Perfect clear view of stage, no obstructions
front row of section. You miss some view of those actors on the very far right but it's inconsequential to the story
Could not see the far right side
Excellent view of the stage.
Seat about level with the top of proscenium, and has wide ledge requiring you to lean forward to view front of the stage. Got the seat for a reduced rate so OK with selection, but would have been highly disappointed if it were a full price ticket.
Tuesday Evening 10/22/19
Very cramped seats with little leg room and an extremely pitched elevation that makes you feel as if you could tumble down to the orchestra at any moment. However, the incline allows for a full, unobstructed view of the stage.
Unobstructed view from standing room row. No one behind you but house left is near stairwell where the cast exit and enters which light of door open/closing can be distracting at times. For $39 I can't complaint too much!
Spot 18 was near edge. With slope of the theatre the ledge was at about 4.5 feet high. If you are 5' or under it may be uncomfortable because you can't rest your arms (I spent most shoe with my chin on the ledge) but still unobstructed view