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Broadhurst Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

With 1,162 seats, the Broadhurst Theatre offers options for every budget. Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Broadhurst Theatre seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Center Orchestra (F-O): Strike a balance between affordability and a great view! These seats offer a clear perspective of the stage at a more budget-friendly price point compared to the premium front rows.
  • Center Mezzanine (C-F): Enjoy a different vantage point without sacrificing value. The Center Mezzanine (rows C to F) provides a decent overall view of the stage at a more attractive price compared to front-row seats.

Best views of the stage

  • Center Orchestra (D-K): Immerse yourself in the action with these Center Orchestra seats in rows D to K. They offer a clear, direct view of the entire stage, perfect for catching every detail of the performance.
  • Center Mezzanine (A-D): For a fantastic panoramic view of the stage, snag the coveted Center Mezzanine seats in the first four rows (A-D). This elevated perspective allows you to take in the entire spectacle.

Sections available in Broadhurst Theatre

Broadhurst Theatre Orchestra


Scoring the perfect seat in the Broadhurst Theatre's Orchestra section boils down to finding the right balance between view and price. It boasts the most seats with a capacity of 733, divided into left, right and center sections. However, keep in mind a few elements that can affect sightlines. The Mezzanine overhang starts affecting the view by row K and becomes significant by row R. Additionally, the side Boxes and shallow rake can obstruct views for shorter audience members if someone taller sits in front.

The sweet spot lies in Center Orchestra seats between D and K. These skip the potentially cramped feeling of the front few rows and offer a clear, overall view of the stage, ideal for appreciating elaborate set designs. While seats further back in the Left and Right Orchestra offer some value, they may have limited views of the stage's edges. The good news is that the Orchestra is accessible for patrons with limited mobility, with designated wheelchair and transfer seating available in the middle and back rows.

Broadhurst Theatre Mezzanine


Rising above the Orchestra, the Mezzanine boasts 429 seats spread across left, right and center sections, all benefiting from the theatre's wide design for impressive sightlines. The coveted spots are in Center Mezzanine, Rows A and B, offering a fantastic, elevated view directly in front of the stage. Thanks to the good rake, even seats further back provide decent visibility, though those on the far left or right sides might have slightly obstructed views.

Keep in mind that the Mezzanine can feel cramped in the center rows, especially for taller patrons. For extra legroom, snag an aisle seat to stretch out comfortably. While there are no designated wheelchair spaces, eight transfer seats are scattered throughout the section. However, due to the presence of stairs leading up to and within the Mezzanine, patrons with limited mobility should check accessibility before booking. Generally, Mezzanine seats offer a budget-friendly alternative to the Orchestra, with the most affordable options towards the back and sides.

Accessible seating in Broadhurst Theatre

Broadhurst Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Finding your seat is a breeze in the Orchestra section. Located conveniently on the ground floor, it boasts complete accessibility for all patrons. No steps are required to enter or navigate the Orchestra, making it an ideal choice for those with mobility limitations. The section caters further by offering six designated wheelchair spaces with companion seating (up to three per space) in designated rows: K, O (Left/Right), and Q (Center). Additionally, for those who require transfer seating, there are five scattered options with companion seating (one per seat) throughout the aisles across rows J, O, R, and S.
  • Mezzanine: Unfortunately, the Mezzanine presents a different accessibility story. Situated one flight of stairs above the Orchestra, it's inaccessible for wheelchair users. Even within the Mezzanine section itself, there are additional challenges, with two steps down to navigate between most rows. While handrails are available for some assistance, navigating these steps could be difficult for patrons with mobility limitations. There are eight transfer seats with aisle access scattered throughout the Mezzanine (in rows B, F, G, H, and K). However, it's important to be aware of the multiple stairs you'll need to climb to reach and navigate within this section. If stairs are a significant concern, the Mezzanine might not be the ideal choice.

Frequently asked questions about Broadhurst Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Broadhurst Theatre?

For an unbeatable view, grab the Center Orchestra (D-K) or the front row of the Center Mezzanine (A). Both offer clear sightlines, with the Orchestra boasting the closest proximity to the stage.

What show is playing at Broadhurst Theatre?

Broadhurst Theatre is playing A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical.

How many sections does Broadhurst Theatre have?

Broadhurst Theatre is divided into two sections- Orchestra and Mezzanine.

What is the seating capacity of Broadhurst Theatre?

Broadhurst Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,162 seats.

Which section of Broadhurst Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra offers designated wheelchair spaces with companion seating. However, the Mezzanine is not wheelchair accessible due to the stairs.

Which seats have the best views of the stage in Broadhurst Theatre?

For an immersive experience, pick Center Orchestra (D-K). For a panoramic view, grab the front row of Center Mezzanine (A).

Which seats in Broadhurst Theatre provide value for money?

Consider Orchestra (back rows) or Mezzanine (except front row) for a balance between affordability and decent views. The Left/Right Mezzanine might have slight side views.

What is the Orchestra section in Broadhurst Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest seating area at the Broadhurst Theatre, offering the closest views of the stage with over 733 seats. Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections with aisles in between, it boasts wheelchair seating and transfer seating options.

What is the Mezzanine section in Broadhurst Theatre?

The Mezzanine is an elevated section at the Broadhurst Theatre with 429 seats. Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections (including private boxes for two on either side), it offers a different perspective than the Orchestra. While generally offering good sightlines, keep in mind it's not accessible by elevator and has limited transfer seating.

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