Broadway Theater Seating Quirks...


Apr 2nd, 2002, 07:32 AM
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Broadway Theater Seating Quirks...

I know that seating charts for Broadway theaters are all over the internet and of course the Stubs Booklet, but are there any that give the real scoop? I've been suprised to find that seats that look good on the "seating chart" often end up as "not as good as they looked". It might be a high stage, a high railing in the front mezz, or semi obstructed views from the extreme sides and boxes. Each theater has it's quirks, I'm looking for a listing of the quirks. Has anyone found a place where this information is available? Thanks.
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Apr 2nd, 2002, 08:26 AM
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I have had great luck booking seats using the seating charts from Playbill. I did hesitate to book a front row mezz. seat, as I was not sure about the railing. I have found that the ticketmaster sales reps. have been helpful.
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Apr 2nd, 2002, 10:43 AM
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If you order tickets by phone, sometimes the operator can help you. I've gotten some good advise from them. I think they may have notes on the theaters as to which seats have partial views, etc.
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