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Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Mezzanine (E-G): The Mezzanine is elevated and raked, so you get a clear view of the stage from any seat in the section. That said, the seats in the middle rows tend to have the best views, particularly ones closer to the Center sub-section.
  • Orchestra (K-P): The Orchestra section is right in front of the stage and offers a more immersive experience, usually at premium rates. But you can get great views at slightly more affordable rates in the Center Orchestra.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (C-E): For a premium experience, you'll want seats closer to the stage. But sit too close and you'll find yourself craning your neck to see over the stage. Opt for seats slightly further back for fantastic views and a comfortable viewing experience but not too far back that you have to try looking over the head of the person seated in front of you.
  • Mezzanine (A-B): Views from elevated sections like the Mezzanine are especially great for larger productions with ensemble casts because you get a clear view of the whole stage. Choose seats in the front rows to avoid any obstructions and opt for seats in the Center Mezzanine to avoid any sightline restrictions.

Sections available in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

Orchestra

  • 648 seats
  • Rows A-S

  • The Orchestra seats are split into three sections: Left (even seats 2-28), Right (odd seats 1-27), and Center (seats 101-114).
  • Seats at the front are sometimes too close for comfort, as your view might be obstructed by the front edge of the stage. Opt for seats From row C onward for a better view.
  • Seats in the middle rows offer great views at more affordable rates.
  • The Mezzanine overhangs the Orchestra at Row J, so seats from this row further back might experience a mild sightline restriction. This isn't much of an issue since most shows don't use the stage that high up anyway.
  • This section is accessible for patrons with limited mobility. There is a step-free entrance from 236 West 45th Street and the Orchestra section includes wheelchair-designated, transfer, and companion seats.

Mezzanine

  • 395 seats
  • Rows A-K

  • The elevated and raked Mezzanine is split across Left (even seats 2-28), Right (odd seats 1-27), and Center (seats 101-114) sub-sections.
  • This section is above and behind the Orchestra, but since it overhangs the latter at Row J, it isn't too far from the stage.
  • There is a steep enough rake to allow for visibility of the stage from any seat, but the best views are in the Center Mezzanine in the middle rows.
  • The section is partially accessible. It includes four transfer and companion seats, but these are only accessible via stairs equipped with handrails. The climb up is 31 steps and will get you behind Row K and each row is two steps up or down from there.

Accessible seating in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Wheelchair-accessible seats and companion seats are in the rear rows of the section. Transfer seats are also available. The section is on the ground level and is accessible via a step-free main entrance.
  • Mezzanine: Four transfer and companion seats are available in Rows F and J, accessible only via handrail-equipped staircases. There are no escalators or elevators and patrons will need to climb up to two steps per row to get to their seats.

Frequently asked questions about Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre?

The best views at this theater are in the Center Orchestra, Rows C to E. They offer a great balance between an immersive experience, close enough to the stage to see everything but not too close you strain your neck, and affordability, as these seats are cheaper than the premium seats closer to the front.

What show is playing at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre?

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre is playing The Notebook.

Which section of Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section is fully accessible at this venue. There is step-free access via the entrance on 236 West 45th Street and the section is on the ground floor. The section includes wheelchair-accessible, transfer, and companion seats in the rear rows. The Mezzanine also has transfer and companion seats, but is only accessible via stairs.

Which seats in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre provide value for money?

While the Center Orchestra does have some of the best views, you can get great views of the stage from the Mezzanine too at more affordable rates. Try seats closer to the Center, in rows E to G for clear, unobstructed views of the stage.

What is the Orchestra section in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre?

The Orchestra is the larger section with 648 seats. It has three sub-sections, the Left, Right, and Center. Seats in the Center offer some of the best views of the stage, though the overhang from the Mezzanine at Row J onward might cause some sightline obstructions. This section is accessible for patrons with varying levels of mobility needs.

What is the Mezzanine section in Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre?

The Mezzanine section is smaller, with 395 seats, and is elevated and raked. It offers more affordable seating options while retaining some great, sweeping views of the stage. Since the theater is smaller than the average venue on Broadway and the Mezzanine overhangs the Orchestra, this section isn't too far away from the stage and can still offer a great experience.

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