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Lunt-Fontanne seating chart, Broadway, New York

With 1,505 seats, the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre offers options for every budget. Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Lunt-Fontanne seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra: The middle rows of the Center Orchestra provide a decent view for a mid-range price.
  • Front Mezzanine: The Center Front Mezzanine (rows C & D) offers a good elevated view at a more affordable price than the front rows.
  • Rear Mezzanine: The Rear Mezzanine (rows B & C) boasts the most budget-friendly option with a decent view, but remember these seats are farthest from the stage.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: For the absolute best view, look for seats in the Center Orchestra from rows D to J. These seats offer the perfect combination of seeing details and having a comprehensive view of the entire stage.
  • Front Mezzanine: If you prefer a slightly elevated perspective and are willing to sacrifice some detail, the Center Front Mezzanine's front rows (A & B) are another great option.

Sections available in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Orchestra

The Orchestra at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre boasts 860 seats at stage level. Divided into Left, Center, and Right sections, it offers a wide view (36 seats) and good legroom (except aisle seats). While most seats provide clear views, those on the far sides and past row W (due to the Mezzanine overhang) might have slight obstructions. The best overall experience is in Center Orchestra, rows D-J. These seats offer a perfect balance of detail and comprehensive view. The entire Orchestra section is accessible with step-free access, wheelchair spaces, and aisle transfer seats.

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Front Mezzanine

The Front Mezzanine (170 seats, rows A-E) offers a clear view for all thanks to its smaller size and lack of overhang. Center seats (C & D) are a good value, while the best overall view comes from rows A & B (though a bar might block some of the stage in row A). Legroom is best in aisle seats but beware of restricted views on the far sides. Keep in mind limited mobility access due to stairs.

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Rear Mezzanine

The Rear Mezzanine (460 seats, 4 blocks) offers the most budget-friendly option. While the view isn't as detailed as closer sections, rows B & C provide good value with clear sightlines. Further back, the view remains decent due to the seat incline, but the experience is less immersive. Side seats have limited views due to the angle. This section has no wheelchair access and is stairs-only. Expect tighter legroom except for aisle seats, which have some view limitations on the edges.

Accessible seating in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra seating level: This section offers the best accessibility features at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. It's entirely step-free for easy access. Five designated wheelchair spaces are available in the Orchestra, each with a companion seat for an accompanying person. Additionally, there are 12 aisle transfer seats scattered throughout the Orchestra section. These seats have removable armrests to assist patrons who have mobility limitations but can transfer to a standard theatre seat.
  • Front Mezzanine seating level: While the Front Mezzanine offers a good view, it's important to note accessibility limitations. This section is located one level above the Orchestra and is accessible by stairs only. There are no elevators or escalators leading to the Front Mezzanine. Three aisle transfer seats are available within the Front Mezzanine section.
  • Rear Mezzanine seating level: Similar to the Front Mezzanine, the Rear Mezzanine is located one level above the Orchestra and is accessible by stairs only. There's no elevator access. The Rear Mezzanine does not have any designated wheelchair spaces or aisle transfer seats.

Frequently asked questions about Lunt-Fontanne Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

For the absolute best view at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, look for seats in the Center Orchestra from rows D to J. These seats offer the perfect combination of seeing details and having a comprehensive view of the entire stage. If you prefer a slightly elevated perspective and are willing to sacrifice some detail, the Center Front Mezzanine's front rows (A & B) are another great option. Keep in mind there's a bar in front of row A that might block a small portion of the stage.

What show is playing at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is playing Sweeney Todd.

How many sections does Lunt-Fontanne Theatre have?

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is divided into three sections- Orchestra, Front Mezzanine and Rear Mezzanine.

What is the seating capacity of Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,505 seats.

Which section of Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section of the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is accessible with 5 wheelchair spaces.

Which seats have the best views of the stage in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

Snag the best seats at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre by aiming for the centre! For an unobstructed view with great detail, target the Center Orchestra seats in rows D to J. If you prefer a slightly elevated perspective with excellent detail, the Center Front Mezzanine's front rows (A & B) are another fantastic option.

Which seats in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre provide value for money?

For a slightly elevated perspective at a more affordable price, snag seats in rows C and D of the Center Front Mezzanine. The middle rows of the Center Orchestra are another good choice, offering a decent view for a mid-range price. Finally, if budget is your top concern, rows B and C of the Rear Mezzanine offer the most budget-friendly option.

What is the Orchestra section in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

The Orchestra section in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is the largest seating area, located at the stage level. It is divided into left, right, and center sections with aisles for easy access. It offers the closest proximity to the performance and is generally considered to have the best overall view.

What is the Front Mezzanine section in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

The Front Mezzanine at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is a seating section located one level above the Orchestra. It is divided into left, right, and center sections.

What is the Rear Mezzanine section in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre?

The Rear Mezzanine at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is the furthest seating section from the stage, offering the most budget-friendly option. It is divided into four blocks of seating- Left Rear, Right Rear, Center Left Rear, and Center Right Rear.

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