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How to determine what is a "good seat" at a Broadway show

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Hello, I have already received help on this site and am so grateful for your experienced opinions. I have been looking on broadway.com for theater tickets. In the Heights was recommended. I am having trouble decerning what is a good seat. For example, there are seats available for "Heights" in row A of orchestra. Sounds like great front row seats but is that actually too close to sit at a show? I have always understood mezzanine is also a good place to be and since I am petite (5") and do have trouble seeing over people, perhaps that would be a better choice. Does anyone have an opinion or rule of thumb as to how far back in orchestra is too far back to sit in which case mezzanine becomes a better choice? Thank you!

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