United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Carolina Panthers vs Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 Live
  2. 2 Trip Report Google Sniper 3.0 Review
  3. 3 40th in Key West
  4. 4 Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor - how to get to the city?
  5. 5 Grand Circle Road Trip
  6. 6 San Francisco during Super Bowl week
  7. 7 Our Boston Getaway
  8. 8 Itinary for Maui - help please
  9. 9 Driving from NY to Boston in February
  10. 10 Suggestions for Two Day Getaway near Fort Myers or Naples
  11. 11 Summer Vaca Destination for families driving from Michigan and Georgia?
  12. 12 Camping in Yellowstone? Good idea for a family?
  13. 13 Nashville Questions
  14. 14 Redwood National Forest
  15. 15 Family Vacation for Mom's 80th Birthday
  16. 16 College Tour: Harvard, MIT, and Yale
  17. 17 Road trip From St.louis to South Dakota. Is it Safe?
  18. 18 3/31-5/29 New Tracy Letts Play!
  19. 19 Cape Cod
  20. 20 How many days to spend in San Francisco, LA & Las vegas?
  21. 21 Whale Watching in Kauai
  22. 22 Room With Balcony and Ocean View: $250-$300
  23. 23 reliable transportation across florida
  24. 24 Jazz Fest shuttle buses
  25. 25 Moving to DC ( Nova area) Please help me
View next 25 » Back to the top

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

Jump to last reply

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!

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement