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Lena Horne Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Rear Mezzanine (H-M): Seats in the mid to rear rows of the Rear Mezzanine offer the best value for your money. They're usually affordably priced while still offering a decent view of the stage. The rake is steep enough that you are rarely going to have your view blocked by your fellow patrons seated in front of you.
  • Front Mezzanine (A-D): This is a smaller section of the theater with just four rows and Boxes to the sides, but it offers a brilliant view of the stage that is especially great for more intimate or character-driven shows like SIX: The Musical. Seats toward the sides tend to be cheaper than seats in the Center.
  • Orchestra (A-Q): The most immersive experience you can have in any Broadway theater is usually in the Orchestra but if you want an affordable version of this, try seats on the sides (about halfway or further to the ends) or in mid to rear rows.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (B-D, Center): Shows that are less about the stage and more about the performances are best viewed from up front and center. Try seats in the second to fourth rows, Center Orchestra, for an experience unlike any other.
  • Front Mezzanine (A-B, Center): This elevated and raked section is perfect for musicals with ensemble casts or dynamic choreography. Go for seats in the front few rows, closer to the Center, for a clear view of the stage.
  • Rear Mezzanine (E-G, Center): The height and distance of this section might not be everyone's cup of tea, but the front rows are excellent for a comprehensive view of the whole stage at an affordable rate.

Sections available in Lena Horne Theatre

Lena Horne Theatre Orchestra

Orchestra

  • 600 seats
  • Rows AA-Q, Standing section, & Boxes

  • The Orchestra is the largest section right at the front. It has the closest and clearest view of the stage and is highly suited to character-driven dramas.
  • The main area is split into Left, Right, and Center subsections. There are four elevated Boxes on the sides. The rear standing-only section is not a permanent fixture but is open for specific shows.
  • The Lena Horne Theatre's auditorium isn't too large so seats in any part of the Orchestra will get you a decent view of the stage. Seats closer to the front and in the Center, however, are usually preferred for the most immersive experience.
  • The Front Mezzanine overhangs the Orchestra at Row J and seats behind this point will experience a minor visual obstruction of the top of the stage.
  • Rows AAA-D are premium-rate seats with clear views, particularly great for more intimate dramas. Rows E-L also offer decent views but at cheaper rates.
  • Aisle seats offer the best legroom while the Boxes offer more privacy. Aisle seats at the far ends of the Left and Right Orchestra and seats in the Boxes are both angled and experience partial obstructions of sightlines.
  • The rear section offers wheelchair-accessible seating with companion seats. Transfer seats are along the aisles of Rows C-P.
Lena Horne Theatre Front Mezzanine

Front Mezzanine

  • 155 seats
  • Rows A-D

  • This raked and elevated section offers some of the best views in the house. The front rows overhang the Orchestra at Row J, placing them close enough to the stage for clear, unobstructed views.
  • The section is split into Left, Right, and Center subsections.
  • The Center Front Mezzanine offers the best experience from this section with the added comfort of extra legroom.
  • While the rake is steep enough to allow you to see over the patrons seated in front of you, some shorter patrons might struggle in this regard. We recommend the front row to avoid this.
  • The rear rows might sometimes be cheaper and since there is no overhang from the Rear Mezzanine, you'll get decent views from any seat.
  • This section has no wheelchair accessibility but does have a few transfer seats.
Lena Horne Theatre Rear Mezzanine

Rear Mezzanine

  • 290 seats
  • Rows E-M

  • The Rear Mezzanine is an extension of the Front Mezzanine. It is elevated and raked, sitting within the same balcony as the Front, though it is larger.
  • It is split across Left, Right, and Center subsections.
  • The section is some distance away from the stage but since it is within a relatively smaller auditorium, you still get decent views all around.
  • The Rear Mezzanine is generally the more affordable section at this theater. Seats toward the sides and in the rear are often the cheapest. The view from these seats, owing to their angle, means that some parts of the stage might be obscured.
  • Rows E and F offer unobstructed views of the stage.
  • Aisle seats offer better legroom.
  • There are no wheelchair-accessible seats in this section and it is generally not recommended for patrons with limited mobility.

Accessible seating in Lena Horne Theatre

Lena Horne Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Wheelchair-accessible and companion seats are in Rows O and P with step-free access. Transfer aisle seats are in Rows C-P. There is one wheelchair-accessible restroom on the ground floor.
  • Front Mezzanine: This section is only partially accessible, offering transfer seats with folding armrests that are only accessible via stairs.
  • Rear Mezzanine: There is no accessible seating in this section.

Frequently asked questions about Lena Horne Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Lena Horne Theatre?

Seats AAA-D in the Center Orchestra offer fantastic views of the stage throughout the performances. Seats in the Left or Right Orchestra of these rows offer great views at slightly lower rates. The front two rows of the Front Mezzanine also offer excellent views of the stage with no obstructions, particularly in the Center.

Which section of Lena Horne Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra has wheelchair-accessible and companion seats in the rear with step-free access. Transfer seats are located along the aisle. The ground floor also has a wheelchair-accessible restroom. The Front Mezzanine has three transfer seats but is only accessible via steps. The restroom on this level is not adapted for wheelchair accessibility.

Which seats in Lena Horne Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in the Rear Mezzanine are usually the most affordable. Despite the distance from the stage, you still get pretty good views from this section, particularly in the front row of the Center subsection. If you're looking to be closer to the action, try seats to the rear or the sides of the Orchestra or Front Mezzanine sections.

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