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New Amsterdam Theatre- seat behind pipe?

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Can anyone offer advice about tickets at the New Amsterdam Theatre that states "seat behind a pipe". There are very limited options and we need 3 tickets. Has anyone sat in a balcony seat behind a pipe that can offer insight to the view?
The description on Ticketmaster states:
Seat Behind Pipe
A thin structural pipe will be in your line of vision. This pipe should not interfere with your show experience, as these seats do have a full view of the stage.

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