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Lyceum Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Balcony (A-B): The Balcony is high up and far back, but if you're looking for some fantastic deals with decent views, the front two rows are a great option.
  • Mezzanine (A-E): Seats in Center Mezzanine (D-E) or on the ends of the front rows (A-C) are great options if you're looking for good views of the stage at affordable rates.
  • Orchestra (C-K): Front-row seats offer the most immersive experience but come at a premium price. For great views at more affordable rates, try Center Orchestra seats or side seats in Rows C-H.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (AA-B): Any seat in these front rows will give you unobstructed views of the stage. You'll be treated to a truly immersive experience sitting this close to the action, especially for intimate character-driven performances.
  • Mezzanine (A-C): Seats in this section are the perfect balance between affordable pricing and great views. Go for seats in the front rows, particularly in the Center Mezzanine, for unobstructed views of the whole stage.
  • Balcony (A-B): The distance of this section from the stage makes it less favorable, but if you're looking for great views at a great price, try the front rows of the Balcony.

Sections available in Lyceum Theatre


  • 409 seats
  • Rows AA-O

  • The Orchestra is a mildly raked section closest to the stage. It is split into Left, Right, and Center.
  • Seats closer to the stage offer stunning views at premium rates. Seats to the sides and the rear are often cheaper while still giving you great views.
  • Row O of the section has step-free access. The row also has wheelchair-accessible and companion seats.
  • Row L and back have transfer seats along the aisles.
  • The section is accessible via a step-free entrance on 149 West 45th Street.

Front Mezzanine

  • 291 seats
  • Rows A-J

  • The Front Mezzanine is raked and elevated. It sits behind the Orchestra, overhanging it at the last few rows.
  • The section offers some good sweeping views of the stage and is a great choice for seating if you're watching a larger production.
  • The Center seats of the first few rows offer the best views from this section. Seats on the sides and down the Center offer some decent views at more affordable, and the rear rows have some of the cheapest seats in the house.
  • There are no wheelchair-accessible seats in this section. It is also not reachable via lift and can only be reached via steps equipped with handrails.
  • The rear part of this section does have transfer seats with folding armrests.
  • The section is only accessible via stairs.

Rear Mezzanine

  • 210 seats
  • Rows A-G

  • The Rear Mezzanine is a raked section that sits above the Front Mezzanine, which it overhangs considerably.
  • This section is a great spot to sit if you're on a budget and want to view the entire performance without missing the action happening on the sides or back.
  • Seats in the front rows offer much better views while the seats in the back rows are some of the cheapest in the house.
  • This section is not accessible. There is no traveling platform or lift, and patrons would have to climb up or down stairs when exploring this section.

Accessible seating in Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: This section has wheelchair-accessible (O9, O5, O6, and O10) and companion seats in Row O. It also has five transfer seats (N, O, and L).
  • Front Mezzanine: This section has limited to no accessibility, only allowing people to enter via stairs.
  • Rear Mezzanine: There are no accessible seating options in this section. There are also no escalators or elevators.

Frequently asked questions about Lyceum Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Lyceum Theatre?

Seats in Rows AA-Bof the Orchestra and A-C of the Center of the Front Mezzanine offer the best views in the house at premium rates.

Which section of Lyceum Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

This theater's Orchestra section is fully accessible for patrons using a wheelchair. There is a step-free entrance to the theater and its auditorium. The wheelchair-designated seats in Row O are located next to companion seats as well.

Which seats in Lyceum Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in the middle to rear rows of the Orchestra are a great choice if you want both affordability and good views. These seats are close enough that you still feel like part of the action but not too close to have you straining for your neck. Seats in the Front Mezzanine also offer some decent views at affordable rates, particularly in the front two rows.

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