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James Earl Jones Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra: Middle seats in rows E to J are relatively cheaper than the premium orchestra seats.
  • Mezzanine: Rows D to J in the middle two sections, both odd and even numbered, offer good value.
  • Balcony: The front couple of rows, A to C, provide great value for money.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: Middle seats in the front rows (AA to A) offer the best views.
  • Mezzanine: Seats in rows A to C provide excellent sightlines.
  • Balcony: Aisle seats in Row C are a good option if you don't mind a view from further back.

Sections available in James Earl Jones Theatre

James Earl Jones Theatre Orchestra


  • 492 seats
  • Rows AA-P
  • The Orchestra seats across three sections: Left, Right, and Center, with aisles in between, extending back 17 rows. It's the priciest area, especially near the front.
  • Overall, views are good, though the front rows may feel too close for some. Slightly further back, even the furthest rows still provide an intimate experience.
  • Minor obstructions include angled seats at the sides, the Mezzanine overhang after row O, and a shallow rake in the back rows. Legroom is limited, with aisle seats offering the best extra space.
  • The section includes seven wheelchair spaces, five aisle transfer seats, and is entirely step-free for all patrons.
James Earl Jones Theatre Mezzanine


  • 275 seats
  • Rows A-H

  • The Mezzanine, situated above the Orchestra, is divided into three sections with aisles in between, and side boxes seating an additional 12.
  • Thanks to its smaller size, views from every row are clear, especially in the Center Mezzanine where seats face directly above the stage.
  • Side seats are more angled with restricted views, but a good rake ensures sightlines over the rows in front. The best views are from rows A and B in the Center Mezzanine.
  • Legroom is tight, with the best space on aisle seats, though these have slightly restricted views on the far sides. The Mezzanine has three aisle transfer seats but is up two flights of stairs, which may not suit patrons with limited mobility.
James Earl Jones Theatre Balcony


  • 290 seats
  • Rows A-H

  • The Balcony is situated above the Mezzanine and has seats across Left, Right, and Center sections, plus side Boxes seating about 12 more. It offers the most affordable seating options.
  • Thanks to the theatre's smaller size, even the back rows feel relatively close. The best views are in row A, particularly in the Center Balcony.
  • However, seats at the far sides and row H have more restricted views, and the Balcony's steepness might not be ideal for those with vertigo.
  • Legroom is tight, with aisle seats offering slightly more space. The Balcony is less suitable for those with limited mobility, though it does have three transfer seats.

Accessible seating in James Earl Jones Theatre

James Earl Jones Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: The Orchestra section is entirely step-free. There are seven wheelchair spaces in the back rows, each with up to three companion seats available. Additionally, five transfer seats with folding armrests are located at the sides and back rows, each with an adjacent companion seat.
  • Mezzanine: Accessible by two flights of stairs, the Mezzanine entrance is behind row H, with two steps down to each row. Handrails are provided. There are three transfer seats in row G, each with a companion seat. This section is not wheelchair accessible and may not suit those with very limited mobility.
  • Balcony: The Balcony is reached via three flights of stairs, with entry behind row F and two steps down to each row. Handrails are provided. There are three transfer seats in rows G and H, each with a companion seat. This section lacks wheelchair spaces and may not be suitable for patrons with very limited mobility.

Frequently asked questions about James Earl Jones Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in James Earl Jones Theatre?

The best seats in the James Earl Jones Theatre are in the Center Orchestra, rows D-H, and the Center Mezzanine, rows A and B, for optimal views and comfort.

Which section of James Earl Jones Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section of the James Earl Jones Theatre has wheelchair accessibility, with designated wheelchair spaces and companion seats available.

Which seats in James Earl Jones Theatre provide value for money?

Value for money seats at the James Earl Jones Theatre include middle seats in rows E to J of the Center Orchestra, rows D to J in the middle of the Mezzanine, and rows A to C in the Balcony.

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