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Minskoff Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

With 1,692 seats, the Minskoff Theatre offers options for every budget. Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Minskoff Theatre seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Center Orchestra: Any seats in rows Q to Y. Great view of the stage without paying a hefty price. These seats are also the most popular and tend to sell out soon.
  • Center Mezzanine: Any seats in rows A to F.

Best views of the stage

  • Center Orchestra: Any seats in rows D to K.
  • Center Mezzanine: Rows A to D.

Sections available in Minskoff Theatre

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The Minskoff Theatre boasts a large Orchestra section with over 1,100 seats divided into Left, Center, and Right sections. Center Orchestra offers the most seating, while the Left and Right sections are narrower. Keep in mind that the widest part of the Orchestra is 46 seats across.

For an unobstructed view of the stage, prioritize Center Orchestra seats between rows C and M. The gentle incline in these rows ensures a clear sightline, and they're furthest away from the Mezzanine overhang that begins after row P on the sides. The Orchestra section is the most expensive, with premium pricing for the best seats in the Center Orchestra. As you move towards the back and sides (especially behind row P), your view may be partially obstructed by the Mezzanine or offer a more angled perspective of the stage. Wheelchair seating is available in the step-free back rows of the Orchestra, with scattered transfer seating throughout the section.

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The Mezzanine offers elevated views over the Orchestra with a steep rake ensuring clear sightlines even over patrons in front. Over 500 seats are spread across a large Center section flanked by smaller Left and Right Mezzanine sections with private Boxes.

For an unbeatable panoramic experience, snag the front row of the Center Mezzanine. These premium seats boast excellent sightlines for the entire stage. While the Left and Right Mezzanine offer a more side-on view, the steep rake ensures decent visibility. Generally less expensive than the Orchestra, with premium pricing for the best views in the Center Mezzanine front row. Expect more budget-friendly options further back and to the sides. Designated wheelchair seating is available in the Left and Right Boxes, with transfer seats scattered throughout the front half of the Mezzanine.

Accessible seating in Minskoff Theatre

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  • Orchestra: Reach the Orchestra via the escalator or the designated elevator. This section offers 12 wheelchair spaces with companion seating located in the entirely step-free rear area. If you require transfer seating, there are 13 scattered aisle seats throughout the Left, Center, and Right Orchestra sections. Keep in mind that these transfer seats involve navigating two steps up or down for each row, though staff can assist if needed.
  • Mezzanine: Accessible by an escalator or designated elevator, the Mezzanine offers two wheelchair spaces with companion seating in the step-free Left and Right Mezzanine Boxes. There are also four scattered transfer seats with aisle access throughout the Mezzanine. While the Mezzanine itself has steps within the seating area, staff are available to help patrons reach their transfer seats from the lobby.

Frequently asked questions about Minskoff Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Minskoff Theatre?

For an epic view, grab the Center Orchestra (C-M) or the front row of the Center Mezzanine. Both offer unobstructed sightlines, with Center Orchestra boasting the closest proximity to the stage.

What show is playing at Minskoff Theatre?

Minskoff Theatre is playing The Lion King.

How many sections does Minskoff Theatre have?

Minskoff Theatre is divided into two sections- Orchestra and Mezzanine.

What is the seating capacity of Minskoff Theatre?

Minskoff Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,692 seats.

Which section of Minskoff Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

Both the Orchestra (rear) and the Mezzanine (Boxes) have designated wheelchair spaces. Orchestra also offers transfer seating (with some steps).

Which seats have the best views of the stage in Minskoff Theatre?

For an unbeatable close-up experience, choose Center Orchestra (C-M). For a panoramic view, grab the front row of the Center Mezzanine.

Which seats in Minskoff Theatre provide value for money?

Center Orchestra (further back) or Mezzanine (except front row) balance affordability with decent views. The Left/Right Mezzanine might have slight side views.

What is the Orchestra section in Minskoff Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest seating area at the Minskoff Theatre, offering the closest views of the stage with over 1,100 seats. Divided into Left, Center, and Right sections, it features designated wheelchair seating in the back and scattered transfer seats throughout. It's also the priciest section.

What is the Mezzanine section in Minskoff Theatre?

The Mezzanine is an elevated section at the Minskoff Theatre with over 500 seats, offering a different perspective of the stage. It features a Center Mezzanine and smaller Left & Right sections with private boxes. Wheelchair seating is available in the boxes, with some transfer seats scattered throughout. Prices are generally lower than the Orchestra.

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