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Eugene O'Neill Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Center Orchestra: Rows H-N offer clear sightlines towards the stage without breaking the bank, making them a great option for budget-minded theatregoers.
  • Mezzanine: The middle and back rows of the Mezzanine are a good choice for those who want to save money without sacrificing the ability to see the entire performance.

Best views of the stage

  • Center Orchestra: Immerse yourself in the performance with premium Center Orchestra seats in rows A-D. These offer a detailed view of the stage, perfect for catching every nuance of the show.
  • Center Mezzanine: Enjoy a sweeping view of the stage from Row A of the Center Mezzanine.

Sections available in Eugene O'Neill Theatre


  • 668 seats
  • Rows A-T

  • The Orchestra is the largest seating area and provides close proximity to the stage. It is divided into Left, Center, and Right sections with aisles in between, there are also six elevated Boxes on each side.
  • The Mezzanine overhang begins at Orchestra row L, minimally affecting views beyond. For the best and priciest seats, opt for the front rows of the Center Orchestra (A-D), offering detailed and intimate views without discomfort from the stage height.
  • Aisle seats offer better legroom but note that views become more restricted at the far sides and back corners of the Left and Right Orchestra sections. Prices are adjusted accordingly, with the cheapest seats located in these areas.
  • For accessibility, there are four wheelchair and six transfer seats spread across all sections, each with adjacent companion seats. The Orchestra at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre is fully step-free for all patrons.


  • 398 seats
  • Rows A-L

  • The Mezzanine is split into three main areas spanning between 10 and 11 rows. Unlike the Orchestra, it offers a more intimate setting with a focus on panoramic views. The Left and Right Mezzanine sections, larger than the Center, flank and extend behind the premium Center Mezzanine. These are further divided into three blocks, with one adjacent to the Center and two stretching behind, separated by aisles.
  • Rows A and B in the Center Mezzanine boast excellent panoramic views, while the entire Mezzanine maintains a decent perspective due to a well-designed rake. However, patrons seated toward the far sides and back may experience more distant and restricted views. Additionally, space can be tight, particularly for taller individuals, though aisle seats provide better legroom.
  • Unfortunately, the Mezzanine lacks wheelchair or transfer seats, and its accessibility may pose challenges for those with limited mobility due to stairs and the rake. Despite this, the Mezzanine offers budget-friendly options with cheaper seats available towards the back and sides, alongside some premium areas towards the center.

Accessible seating in Eugene O'Neill Theatre

Eugene O'Neill Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Wheelchair spaces, totalling around four per show, are conveniently situated in row R, with up to three companion seats available for each booking. Additionally, approximately six transfer seats are strategically placed throughout the Orchestra, located across rows F to R. It's worth noting that some of these seats may have partial views, primarily situated on the far sides of the auditorium.
  • Mezzanine: Mezzanine requires ascending 25 steps to access. Within the section, each row entails an additional two steps either up or down, complemented by handrails for support. Unfortunately, this section does not offer accessible seating options, making it unsuitable for patrons with significant mobility limitations.

Frequently asked questions about Eugene O'Neill Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Eugene O'Neill Theatre?

For a close-up view, aim for Center Orchestra (A-D). If you prefer a broader perspective, row A in Center Mezzanine offers a fantastic, elevated view. Remember, the Mezzanine requires stairs.

What show is playing at Eugene O'Neill Theatre?

Eugene O'Neill Theatre is playing The Book of Mormon.

Which section of Eugene O'Neill Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

Wheelchair accessibility is available in the Orchestra section of the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.

Which seats in Eugene O'Neill Theatre provide value for money?

Try Center Orchestra (H-N) for a decent view at a lower cost. In the Mezzanine, the middle & back rows offer a good overhead view on a budget, but remember the Mezzanine requires stairs.

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