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Music Box Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Mezzanine (D-J): There aren't many bad seats at this theater, so no matter where you sit you can be sure you'll have decent views of the stage. That said, seats in these rows of the Mezzanine offer great views at affordable rates. Since they're raked you won't face any sightline obstructions.
  • Orchestra (M-O): If you have slightly more money to spend but still don't want to pay premium rates, these rows will get you quality views at better rates. They're towards the rear and not raked, yet you won't find too much obstruction of your view.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (AA-L, Center): Some of the best seats at the Music Box Theatre are in the front two rows of the Orchestra, closer to the middle. Seats further back still have great views, and the further toward the rear you go, the lower the price dips. Opt for seats toward the middle whichever row you pick, though, as these have better views than seats toward the sides.
  • Mezzanine (A-G): Seats in the Mezzanine offer a good balance between affordability and great views, but if you're after the best views in this section, the front rows are your best bet. The closer to the front and toward the middle you choose to sit, the better the views.

Sections available in Music Box Theatre


  • 534 seats
  • Rows AA-P

  • The Orchestra is closer to the stage, is not raked, and is split across Left, Right, and Center sections.
  • Odd-numbered seats 1-23 are in the Right section, even-numbered seats 2-30 are in the Left section, and the Center has seats numbered 101-114.
  • Seats in the front-most rows might suffer from some sightline obstructions from the stage's front edge and thus miss some of the action on the sides.
  • Seats in the center and rear rows have better views of the stage.
  • The Orchestra is entirely accessible. There is a step-free theater entrance on West 45th Street, step-free access to the section, wheelchair-accessible seating with accompanying companion seats in rows L and N, and transfer aisle seats in rows J, L, and N.


  • 461 seats
  • Rows A-L

  • The Mezzanine is elevated, raked, and curved, and is split across Left, Right, and Center sections.
  • Seats closer to the front and toward the middle have better views of the stage with minimal to no sightline restrictions.
  • The middle seats of the front few rows have decent views at affordable rates.
  • Seats toward the sides are angled and experience some sightline restrictions.
  • The Mezzanine has transfer aisle seats available, but it has no elevators or escalators to reach them. A 38-step climb is the only way to get to the section, and each row is subsequently two steps down. The stairs are equipped with handrails.

Accessible seating in Music Box Theatre

Music Box Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Three wheelchair-accessible seats and companion seats are in rows L and N and six transfer seats are in rows J, L, and N. The section is step-free and accessible at ground level.
  • Mezzanine: Four transfer seats are available but only accessible via stairs.

Frequently asked questions about Music Box Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Music Box Theatre?

The best seats are in the middle rows of the Orchestra and the front few rows of the Mezzanine, particularly toward the middle of each section. You get clear views of the stage. The Orchestra is a more immersive experience while the Mezzanine gives you a panoramic view of the performance.

What show is playing at Music Box Theatre?

Music Box Theatre is playing Suffs.

Which section of Music Box Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra has step-free access to reach its designated wheelchair seating spaces and accompanying companion seats. There are also transfer seats in rows J, L, and N.

Which seats in Music Box Theatre provide value for money?

The Mezzanine seats are a good balance between affordability and good views. Seats in the rear rows further to the sides are cheaper, but ones toward the middle have a clear, unobstructed view of the stage. The Mezzanine overall has cheaper options than the Orchestra, but you can also find more affordable seating in the latter, particularly in the rear rows.

What is the Orchestra section in Music Box Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest section in this theater with 534 seats across three sections. It is closer to the stage and has some of the best views of the shows, particularly toward the middle of the section. You feel like you're part of the action when you select the right seats so be sure to take your time picking your perfect spot.

What is the Mezzanine section in Music Box Theatre?

The Mezzanine is an elevated, raked, and curved section behind the Orchestra. It holds 461 seats, split across Left, Right, and Center sections. These seats are a good mix of affordable and great views, with plenty of options to choose from depending on how you like to watch your show. It is not particularly accessible, however, and so we don't recommend patrons with limited mobility book seats in this section.

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