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Longacre Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Balcony (A): The Balcony in this theater is quite a distance from the stage and is usually very affordably priced. Opt for front-row seats if you're sitting up here, though, as this will give you a view of the whole stage and some extra legroom for comfort.
  • Mezzanine (D-G): The middle rows of this section are great value for your money. You get a view of the whole stage from your vantage point without paying premium rates.
  • Orchestra (H-Q, Center): The middle to rear of the Orchestra offers some great views at reasonable rates. For better value for your money, opt for seats in the Center Orchestra that give you clear views of the stage with no sightline restrictions.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (C-G): The Orchestra offers clear, unobstructed views of the stage, particularly from its middle to front rows. You get an immersive experience at less-than-premium prices.
  • Mezzanine (A-C): The front rows of the Mezzanine are the best in the section, with a direct view of the whole stage. This is a great spot to sit for larger productions that use the whole stage.
  • Balcony (A-B): The front rows of this section are the best choice if you're after the best views. Row A is behind a security rail that might obscure your view ever so slightly, but Row B does not face the same obstruction.

Sections available in Longacre Theatre

Orchestra

  • 501 seats
  • Rows AA-Q


  • The Orchestra section is closer to the stage and offers clear, unobstructed views and an immersive experience.
  • The section is level with no rake or elevation.
  • Seats too close to the stage might cause you to strain your neck to see and seats too far back might cause some sightline obstructions, Opt for middle-row seats for the best views.
  • The section is step-free with wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seats in the middle to rear rows.

Mezzanine

  • 320 seats
  • Rows A-J

  • The Mezzanine is a raked and elevated section right behind and just above the Orchestra. It overhangs the latter by a few rows.
  • This section isn't too far back in the auditorium so views from here are decent. Opt for seats in the front to middle rows for a balance between affordable seating and views worth your money.
  • Rear seats have limited views of the stage but are quite affordable. Go for these if you're on a budget.
  • The section has partial accessibility in the form of four transfer seats. These are only accessible via steps, however, as this level is not serviced by the elevator.

Balcony

  • 248 seats
  • Rows A-G

  • The Balcony is raked, elevated, and overhangs the Mezzanine. It is quite high up, which can make some performances harder to see.
  • The vantage point does work well for larger productions, such as ones with ensemble casts or extensive stage work.
  • Seats in this section are very reasonably priced and are perfect for patrons on a budget. Opt for seats in the front row for the best experience in this section.
  • There are two transfer seats in this section with companion seats beside them. These seats are accessible via the elevator that stops near the accessible restroom on the same floor. Do note, though, that this section has two steps per row and this makes it inaccessible for patrons in wheelchairs.

Accessible seating in Longacre Theatre

Longacre Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: There are wheelchair-accessible (K20, M102, and N116), companion, and transfer (K, L, and M) seats in this section. The Orchestra is step-free and accessible to all patrons.
  • Mezzanine: There are four transfer (E1, E2, G1, and G2) seats in this section, but with no elevator access and a steep rake, this section is particularly inaccessible for patrons in wheelchairs.
  • Balcony: This section has two transfer (F1 and F2) seats in the second-to-last rear row. The raked section has two steps per row, so despite elevator access, patrons would still need to descend a few stairs to reach these seats.

Frequently asked questions about Longacre Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Longacre Theatre?

The best seats are in rows C-G of the Orchestra. These give you clear, unobstructed views of the stage and offer an immersive experience for most performances being staged.

Which section of Longacre Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra is step-free and has wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seats. The other sections also have transfer and companion seats but are not step-free.

Which seats in Longacre Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in the rear of all sections are considerably cheaper for most performances. For a good balance between affordability and a view, try the front rows of the Mezzanine (A-C) of the Balcony (A-B).

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