Acoustics were great. Seats were high up but it felt like I saw everything! Details were hard to see but we did have binoculars that helped! Recommend it if you want to enjoy the show but not dish out on so much money.
Back row of theatre, one seat from aisle: lots of legroom, sound great, bring binoculars.
Well it's the last row in the theater
Good seat for a good show.
Hours before the show.
Don’t get Loge seats above ‘L’ in future
good angle, but stage was very far and small.
High up and a little far from the stage. Audio at this area is not the very best.
Great view for a great price! Practically center stage.
It was a great spot. Some of the right side of the stage was hidden, but it was a wonderful view.
It's pretty high up, but the seats are great! I can see everything that happens. The front row seats are always better, but I don't mind watching Hamilton from the way high up!
Perfect seats! Live Orchestra spaced between stage, looking forward. You don’t have to break your neck because of the spacing! Worth the price. Seating is weird in this theater. This is your best bet.
Too close. Cannot see the entire stage
Great seats! A more elevated aerial view would make them perfect.
This seat was ok. I like sitting in the end seat so that was great. There were no obstructions. I will say that sitting more inward or even at the other end of of this row would be a much better straightforward view, in my opinion.
Good, unobstructed view of the stage.
Some obstruction on the left during "Take a Break"
This is from the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
The view is actually much worse than expected because this hanging structure blocks almost all of the view, even if you lean in. Waste of money.