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Broadway Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Rear Mezzanine (A): This section is high up and far back. That means its seats are usually the cheapest in the house. Opt for seats in the front rows so you have a clearer view of the stage.
  • Front Mezzanine (A-F): Seats on the sides of the front rows and in the Center for the middle to rear rows offer decent views at affordable rates in this section.
  • Orchestra (C-U): Seats on the ends of the rows leading to Row O and any seats in Rows P to T offer decent views at less-than-premium price ranges.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (C-E): Seats 101-114 in these rows offer great views at premium rates. You get a clear view of the performances and don't have to worry about sightline restrictions at any point.
  • Front Mezzanine (A-B): Seats in the front rows of this section give you some great views of the stage at rates cheaper than the Orchestra seats.
  • Rear Mezzanine (A-B): This section is the furthest from the stage so if you're after a vantage point from which to see the entire stage, opt for front-row seats in the Rear Mezzanine.

Sections available in Broadway Theatre


  • 887 seats
  • Rows A-Y

  • The Orchestra is the section closest to the stage. It is split across Left, Right, and Center subsections.
  • The section is sometimes modified into a section called the "Floor," which accommodates people in 300 standing spots, 110 floor-side seats, and 20 VIP lounge seats.
  • The Orchestra has premium seating in the middle rows of the Center, but it also offers great views at affordable rates along the sides and in the rear.
  • Wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seating is available in this step-free section.

Front Mezzanine

  • 252 seats
  • Rows A-F

  • The Front Mezzanine is a raked, elevated section behind the Orchestra, which it overhangs.
  • The section is split across four subsections: two in the Center and one each on the Left and Right.
  • The section offers clear views of the stage, particularly from the front few rows in the Center sections.
  • The front row tends to have some of the best views, despite a minor obstruction from the security railing in front.
  • There are no accessible seats or accessible ways to reach this section.

Rear Mezzanine

  • 322 seats
  • Rows A-J

  • The Rear Mezzanine is the furthest from the stage, sitting high up in the auditorium.
  • It is split across four subsections, just like the Front Mezzanine.
  • The distance and height, paired with a steep rake, make sitting in this section less preferable for smaller, intimate shows. But the vantage point is perfect for large ensembles, musicals, and productions with stage-wide scenes and props.
  • Seats in this section are often much cheaper than in other sections. Go for seats in the front and Center for better views.
  • There is no accessible seating in this section.

Accessible seating in Broadway Theatre

Broadway Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: This section is step-free and includes wheelchair-accessible and companion (F, Q, and S) seats. Transfer seats are also available.
  • Front Mezzanine: There are no accessible seats in this section and the theater has no elevators or escalators to reach the elevated levels.
  • Rear Mezzanine: There are no wheelchair-accessible, companion, or transfer seats in this tiered section.

Frequently asked questions about Broadway Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Broadway Theatre?

Seats 101-114 in Rows C-E of the Orchestra offer the best views. Seats 101-124 in the front two rows of the Front Mezzanine also offer great views, often at more affordable rates.

Which section of Broadway Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra is totally accessible. It is step-free, allowing free movement between the rows, and has wheelchair-designated seating with companion seats next to it.

Which seats in Broadway Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in the rear and side of the Orchestra and Front Mezzanine offer decent views at cheaper rates. All seats in the Rear Mezzanine are offered at cheaper rates than the ones in front. For a good balance between affordability and decent views, try Rows F-O in the Center Orchestra.

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