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We want to take our teens to see Bullets on Broadway. I checked Broadwaybox and noticed that the front row balcony are a very good price and the only thing available in balcony, which made me suspicious in regards to how good the front row balcony may be in this theater. I was able to find one old review about the front row balcony that states there is a half wall there (for safetly reasons) and they claim that they had to hunch over to see the whole stage. Does anyone know if this is still the case? My teen girls are short, about 4'9 to 5'1. Will this be a problem?

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