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Ambassador Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

Looking to get the best out of your experience at the Ambassador Theatre? Check out our Ambassador Theatre seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Middle Orchestra: The middle rows offer a decent view of the stage at a more reasonable price compared to premium front-row seating.
  • Front Mezzanine: The front rows of the Mezzanine offer a decent view of the stage at a more budget-friendly price compared to Orchestra seats.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: For the absolute best and most unobstructed views of the stage, set your sights on the Orchestra. The front rows (AA-B) and center seats (105-109) offer a premium experience, allowing you to see every detail of the show without anything blocking your view.
  • Front Mezzanine: The front rows of the Mezzanine provide a fantastic alternative for those seeking a stellar view at a slightly lower price point compared to the Orchestra.

Sections available in Ambassador Theatre


With 573 seats, the Orchestra is the largest seating area at the Ambassador Theatre. Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections by aisles across 17 rows, it also offers alternative options like elevated Boxes and standing spaces at the rear. While the wide stage can affect sightlines at the far sides, there are many good seating choices. The best views are typically found across rows BB to C in the Center Orchestra, though Row AA at the front may be too close to the stage.

The Mezzanine overhang begins at row H but minimally impacts visibility in the back rows. This makes the rear seats a good value at a slightly reduced price. For the best legroom, opt for aisle seats, but avoid those on the far sides to ensure an unobstructed view. The Orchestra is entirely step-free, with designated seating available for patrons and companions in the middle and rear rows.

Front Mezzanine

The Front Mezzanine, situated above the Orchestra, boasts approximately 264 seats spread across four main blocks: Left, Center Left, Right, and Center Right. Stepped aisles separate each block, each containing five rows. Unlike the Rear Mezzanine, there's no overhang in the back rows, as both are part of the same balcony structure. Views from all five rows of the Front Mezzanine are excellent, thanks to a good rake that ensures clear sightlines.

Even the back row offers a sweeping and detailed view of the stage, particularly in the center, though seats toward the sides may have a slight angle. Optimal views are found in the pricier rows A and B of the Center Left and Center Right blocks, though the safety bar in front of row A may be slightly obstructive for shorter patrons. Due to limited space between rows, aisle seats, especially those on the inside, offer the best legroom in the Front Mezzanine. Accessing the Front Mezzanine at the Ambassador Theatre requires climbing two flights of stairs (38 steps), and there is one transfer seat available in this section.

Rear Mezzanine

The Rear Mezzanine, positioned behind the Front Mezzanine, offers 250 seats divided into Left, Right, and two Center sections of different sizes. Views here are more distant, and prices are generally the most affordable at the Ambassador Theatre. While the Rear Mezzanine may miss some show details, the decent rake ensures most seats have a clear view above those in front, making it ideal for budget-conscious theatergoers. However, seats in double-digit rows toward the far sides may have restricted views due to the angle.

For the best views in the Rear Mezzanine, opt for rows A and B in the Center Left and Center Right sections. These pricier seats are elevated above the Front Mezzanine, offering detailed panoramic views of the entire set. Due to limited legroom in the Rear Mezzanine, aisle seats are recommended for extra space. Access to this section involves climbing two flights of stairs (38 steps), which may pose challenges for patrons with limited mobility. Nonetheless, there are four transfer seats available toward the front of the Rear Mezzanine.

Accessible seating in Ambassador Theatre

Ambassador Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: The Orchestra section offers the most accessible seating in the Ambassador Theatre. There are no steps to navigate from the entrance and lobby, making it fully accessible for all patrons. This section boasts the highest number of designated wheelchair spaces, with seven spots located in Rows J to O. Each wheelchair space also has the option to purchase companion seating nearby. Additionally, for those who require transfer assistance, there are six aisle transfer seats with folding armrests scattered throughout Rows G, H, M, and N. Each of these transfer seats also has companion seating available for purchase.
  • Front Mezzanine: The Front Mezzanine offers fantastic views of the stage, but unfortunately, accessibility is limited. This section is located one floor above the Orchestra and requires navigating two flights of stairs, totalling 38 steps. Once inside the section, there are additional two steps down to reach each row. While handrails are available along these staircases for support, patrons with limited mobility should be aware of this challenge before booking seats here. The Front Mezzanine only has one designated aisle transfer seat located in E26, with a companion seat available in E24. Due to the significant number of stairs required to access this section, it's recommended for patrons with limited mobility to consider alternative seating options.
  • Rear Mezzanine: Similar to the Front Mezzanine, the Rear Mezzanine presents accessibility limitations due to stairs. Located one floor above the Orchestra, it requires navigating the same two flights of stairs (38 steps) for access. Inside the section, two additional steps are up to reach each row, with handrails available along the way. The Rear Mezzanine offers a slightly greater selection of transfer options compared to the Front Mezzanine, with four aisle transfer seats available in designated locations (A101, A28, B102, B28). Each transfer seat also has companion seating available for purchase. However, due to the presence of stairs, patrons with limited mobility should carefully consider booking seats in this section.

Frequently asked questions about Ambassador Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Ambassador Theatre?

For the absolute best, unobstructed views, aim for Center Orchestra (AA-B, 105-109). The Front Mezzanine also offers a fantastic view, but be aware it requires stairs. Remember, accessibility varies by section.

What show is playing at Ambassador Theatre?

Ambassador Theatre is playing Chicago.

Which section of Ambassador Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra offers the most wheelchair seating (Rows J-O) with easy access from the entrance. Limited transfer seating is available in the Front Mezzanine (E26) but requires navigating stairs. There are no wheelchair spaces in the Rear Mezzanine.

Which seats in Ambassador Theatre provide value for money?

Try Orchestra sides (ends of rows) or back Orchestra (beyond row O) for a decent view at a lower price. In the Mezzanine, consider the center seats (avoid the very front row) for a budget option, but remember both Mezzanine sections require stairs.

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