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Nederlander Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

With 1,232 seats, the Nederlander Theatre offers options for every budget. Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Nederlander Theatre seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra (Rows L-O): While not the closest, these upper Orchestra seats offer a good value compared to premium Orchestra seating.
  • Mezzanine (Center, Rows A-E): These center seats in the Mezzanine provide a decent overall view of the stage at a more affordable price point.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (A-D, Center): These center seats in the middle rows of the Orchestra offer an exceptional, direct view of the stage, perfect for catching all the action.
  • Mezzanine (A-B, Center): For a fantastic panoramic view of the entire stage, grab the coveted center seats in the first two rows of the Mezzanine.

Sections available in Nederlander Theatre

Nederlander Theatre Orchestra


Scoring the perfect seat in the Nederlander Theatre's Orchestra section boils down to finding the right balance between view and budget. With around 580 seats, it offers the closest perspective of the stage. However, some limitations come into play as you move further back and to the sides. The Mezzanine overhang starts affecting sightlines by row M, significantly impacting the view by row Q. Additionally, the shallow rake can be a challenge for shorter patrons with potentially obstructed views by those in front.

For the best overall experience, prioritize Center Orchestra seats between rows B and C, extending up to K. These offer a clear, direct view of the stage without feeling uncomfortably close to the action. Aisle seats are also a plus, especially for taller audience members who might appreciate the extra legroom. The good news is that the Orchestra is accessible for patrons with limited mobility, with six designated wheelchair spaces available for booking.

Nederlander Theatre Mezzanine


Nederlander Theatre's Mezzanine has around 590 seats divided into Left, Right, and Center sections (plus private Boxes for two on each side). The steep rake offers generally clear sightlines, but venture beyond the entrance between rows E and G, and the experience becomes more distant.

For the best blend of proximity and a central view, target Center Mezzanine seats in rows B and C. However, some areas are less ideal: shorter patrons might be obstructed by the safety bar in row A, while double-digit numbered seats on the Left/Right Mezzanine have a more angled view, potentially cutting off some stage action. The back rows are a great choice, though consider an aisle seat for extra comfort. Keep in mind there are transfer seats with aisle access, but the Mezzanine lacks elevator access.

Accessible seating in Nederlander Theatre

Nederlander Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Finding your seat is a breeze in the Orchestra section, located conveniently on the ground floor for easy access from the street. This section caters to patrons with mobility limitations by offering six designated wheelchair spaces with companion seating in rows K to Q. Additionally, for those who require transfer seating, there are eight scattered aisle transfer seats throughout the Orchestra, ranging from row B to the back row (Q).
  • Mezzanine: The Mezzanine, unfortunately, presents a different accessibility story. Located one floor above the Orchestra, it's only reachable by stairs. Even within the Mezzanine section itself, there may be one or two steps to navigate between rows, although handrails are available for assistance. While there are four transfer seats with aisle access scattered throughout the Mezzanine (in rows D, E, and N), it's important to be aware of the multiple stairs you'll need to climb to reach this section. If stairs are a significant concern, the Mezzanine might not be the ideal choice.

Frequently asked questions about Nederlander Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Nederlander Theatre?

For an unbeatable view, grab the Center Orchestra (B-C) or the front row of the Center Mezzanine. Both offer clear sightlines, with Orchestra boasting the closest proximity.

What show is playing at Nederlander Theatre?

Nederlander Theatre is playing The Who's Tommy.

How many sections does Nederlander Theatre have?

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

What is the seating capacity of Nederlander Theatre?

Nederlander Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,232 seats.

Which section of Nederlander Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

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

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

For an immersive experience, pick Center Orchestra (B-C). For a panoramic view, grab the front row of the Center Mezzanine.

Which seats in Nederlander Theatre provide value for money?

Consider Orchestra (back rows) or Mezzanine (except front row) for a balance between affordability and decent views. The Left/Right Mezzanine might have slight side views.

What is the Orchestra section in Nederlander Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest seating area at the Nederlander Theatre, offering the closest views of the stage (around 580 seats). Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections, it boasts wheelchair seating in the back and scattered transfer seats throughout. It's also the priciest section.

What is the Mezzanine section in Nederlander Theatre?

Offering a different perspective than the Orchestra, the Mezzanine is an elevated section with roughly 590 seats. Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections with private Boxes for two on each side, it offers generally good views due to the steep rake. Keep in mind this section is not accessible by elevator and has limited transfer seating.

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