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Belasco Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Balcony (D-F): Seats in the rearmost section of the theater will get you the best value for your money. The distance from the stage means you'll experience some sightline restrictions, but the vantage point works well for large productions with ensemble casts. For the best views from this section, try seats 101-102 and 113-114, Rows E and F.
  • Mezzanine (A-H): The Mezzanine offers a good balance between affordability and view. Seats closer to the front and in the middle tend to cost higher though, so if you're looking for more affordable seats here, try ones toward the rear or closer to the sides.
  • Orchestra (L-Q): Orchestra seating is often the most immersive, but usually comes at premium rates. For a more affordable experience that still gives you the feeling of being part of the action, try seats in the rear section. Some of the best ones are along the aisle, numbered 1, 101, 114, and 2.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (A-K): The front-row seats at Belasco aren't always right for the best view of the stage. They come with sightline restrictions that will have you craning your neck to see above the stage edge. Instead, try seats toward the sides of rows A to D for a closer view, or any seats toward the middle in rows E to K.
  • Mezzanine (A-D): Seats in the middle, numbered 101-113, in the front four rows offer the best views. Seats along the sides offer decent views, but ones on the far ends suffer from sightline restrictions due to the angle and the overhang from the Boxes.
  • Balcony (A-C): Seats in the Center Balcony, numbered 101-114, has some of the best views of the stage in the section. The elevation and rake let you see the performances clearly. There are no sightline obstructions, but the distance from the stage means you might miss some intricacies of the performance.

Sections available in Belasco Theatre

Orchestra

  • 513 seats
  • Rows AA-Q

  • The Orchestra is split across Left, Right, and Center sections.
  • Seats 2-28 are in the Right, 1-27 are in the Left, and 101-114 are in the Center.
  • The section is level and not raked or elevated. Seats closer to the front might be obscured by the stage's front edge while the view from seats in the rear might be obstructed by whoever sits in front of you.
  • Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in the Orchestra towards the middle and rear. Transfer seats are along the aisles.
  • Entry to this section is not entirely accessible: there is a two-step main entrance to the Box Office and Lobby and one step-free entrance to the left of it. There are no elevators or escalators in this theater, but the Orchestra is on ground level.

Mezzanine

  • 283 seats
  • Rows A-H

  • The Mezzanine is elevated and raked and sits behind the Orchestra.
  • The seats split across Left, Right, and Center, with the ends of the rows curving inward slightly.
  • This section offers a good balance between affordability and great views, particularly from the middle seats of the front rows.
  • The section has partially accessible seating. There are transfer seats along the aisles but no escalators or elevators to get to them. The stairs leading up are equipped with handrails.

Balcony

  • 200 seats
  • Rows A-F

  • As the rear-most section, the Balcony is a great distance from the stage, so it tends to have the most affordable seats.
  • It is a smaller, more intimate section than the others, and is elevated and raked, overhanging the Mezzanine at Row G.
  • The seats toward the sides are least desirable, owing to angled views and sightline obstructions. But seats toward the middle offer pretty decent views, especially for larger productions.
  • There is no accessible seating in this section so patrons with limited mobility are advised to go for Mezzanine or Orchestra seats..

Accessible seating in Belasco Theatre

Belasco Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Accessible wheelchair-designated and aisle transfer seating available. Wheelchair-accessible entry tot he left of the main entrance.
  • Mezzanine: Partially accessible transfer seating is available but only accessible via handrail-equipped stairs.
  • Balcony: No accessible seating available and no elevators or escalators leading to the section.

Frequently asked questions about Belasco Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Belasco Theatre?

The best views of the stage are in the middle Orchestra, rows E to K. Anything closer and you'll face sightline obstructions from the stage's front edge. Seats toward the sides also offer decent, albeit angled views. Seats in the front rows of the Mezzanine also offer good views.

What show is playing at Belasco Theatre?

Belasco Theatre is playing Appropriate.

Which section of Belasco Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra has wheelchair-designated seating and aisle transfer seats. It is accessible without stairs. The Mezzanine also has transfer seats, but can only be accessed via stairs equipped with handrails. There are no escalators or elevators at Belasco.

Which seats in Belasco Theatre provide value for money?

The Mezzanine seats, particularly in the front three rows toward the middle, offer a good balance between affordability and good views. The Balcony has some of the cheapest seats in the house, however, and we'd recommend seats in the middle of the front three rows.

What is the Orchestra section in Belasco Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest section in this theater with 513 seats. It is the closest to the stage and its seats are split into Left, Right, and Center sub-sections. With some of the best views in the house, the Orchestra is where you want to be for a more immersive experience.

What is the Mezzanine section in Belasco Theatre?

The Mezzanine is a smaller elevated and raked section with 283 seats. It sits slightly above the Orchestra and offers decent views of the stage. Since it has a vantage point, it tends to have better views than the rear Orchestra at some points. The front row is particularly great for views as well as comfort, owing to a bit of extra legroom. The safety bar might obstruct the bottom of the stage slightly, but beyond that, there aren't any significant sightline restrictions from these seats.

What is the Balcony section in Belasco Theatre?

The Balcony is the smallest section with 200 seats. It is elevated and raked, overhanging the Mezzanine at Row G. It houses the most affordable seats at the theater, owing to its distance from the stage. The rear seats are the cheapest, while the middle and front rows can still give you a pretty decent view.

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