Great mid orch seat. Clear view of everything.
Amazing view, amazing show!
Amazing view (unless tall people are in front of you)! Practically dead center. Worth the $179!
Perfect seat. Dead center. Could see all the action in this enormous show but also got to see great close up facial expressions!
Perfect view of everything! Never felt like I was looking up too much
Great seats for the money
Cheap seats. Great for the price.
Listed as partial view, I paid $59 and I would pay for this seat a million times over. From this seat the fireplace is obstructed and part of the doors so a few character entrances are missed but nothing important. Well worth it to sit so close!
Overall a great view, minus an effect or two missed on the left side of the stage due to the proscenium.
You could see everything and you don't miss any parts of the show also close enough to see actor's facial expressions. Great legroom (I'm 5'5'') and comfortable seating at this theater too. I could be there all day !
The guys head was actually not in my line of sight. The seat is a bit far for my eyesight, but I have opera glasses. Overall a good seat.
Partial view. Great seat and value! Only missed a little on the side and stairs.
Miss a very minimal amount of the show but it is noticeable. Other than that the seats are really great
Excellent seat! Very last row, but the mezzanine is really short so we weren't far at all. Was a perfect view, nothing obstructed! Very comfortable
The Winter Garden is a fairly small theatre compared to others, so even in the back it's better than pictured. I could see everything in great detail. The only obstruction was the occasional tall person, but the seats are stacked, so you're above everyone.
Purchased this ticket for $79 on seat geek, w/ partial view. I was able to see abt 80% of the show very well. There were a few character entrances and parts of the act and scenery that I could not see at all. Not bad but wouldn' buy again. Prefer center.
Excellent show, they transformed the theater in a neat way. Okay seats, but some action happens behind the obstructed view. End seat with no one behind you. Noisy bar and merch staff enters and exits through a door behind this seat. Distracting enough to grab my focus for a third of the show.
This is the last seat in the last row of the mezzanine, but it has a better view than some of the ones towards the front. The only thing that isn't visible is a few prop hand-offs and the "Ghost Zombie Jesus" bit: nothing important.
It is much closer in real life GREATSHOW. Miss very far right stage but nothing really happens there