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New Amsterdam Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Center Mezzanine (C-F): Strike a balance between affordability and a great view! These middle rows in the Center Mezzanine offer a decent overall perspective of the stage at a more attractive price compared to front-row seats. Just be aware that the Mezzanine overhang might slightly obstruct the view in some of the very back rows (Row F).
  • Center Orchestra (F-O): Enjoy a clear view of the stage without breaking the bank in the Center Orchestra. These back-middle sections offer a budget-friendly option compared to the premium front-row seats. 

Best views of the stage

  • Center Orchestra (D-K): Offering an unobstructed, close-up view of the entire stage, these are some of the most coveted seats in the house. Perfect for appreciating intricate details of the performance.
  • Center Mezzanine (A-D): For a slightly elevated perspective with excellent sightlines, choose the Center Mezzanine. These front and middle rows avoid any potential obstruction from the balcony overhang while still offering a clear view of the stage.

Sections available in New Amsterdam Theatre

New Amsterdam Theatre Orchestra


Boasting the most seats in the New Amsterdam Theatre, the Orchestra section offers an immersive experience for up to 698 patrons. Divided into Left, Right, and Center sections with aisles for easy access, this section caters to a variety of preferences. Center Orchestra offers the best views, especially in the middle rows (no obstruction from the Mezzanine overhang which starts at Row P). However, the front few rows might be a little close for some, especially for large productions.

For a comfortable mid-range option, consider the back-middle of the Center Orchestra – great sightlines and the theatre usually provides booster seats for children. Legroom shines in aisle seats, but keep in mind a potentially obstructed side-on view for patrons seated on the far Left or Right Orchestra aisles during certain productions. Accessibility-wise, designated wheelchair spaces with step-free access are located in the rear Orchestra for patrons and companions. However, other Orchestra sections require navigating steps to reach your seat.

New Amsterdam Theatre Mezzanine


Soaring one level above the Orchestra, the Mezzanine boasts 586 seats, divided into Left, Right, and Center sections with convenient aisles separating them. Box seating is also available on either side, offering a more private experience.

Generally, sightlines across the Mezzanine are good. However, similar to many theatres, side seats will have a limited view of the corresponding stage side. Further back, the distance from the stage might create a slight feeling of disconnection, and patrons seated in front could potentially obstruct the view to some degree. Despite these minor limitations, the Mezzanine excels for lively performances and intricate set designs, especially in the coveted front rows of the Center Mezzanine. These premium seats offer an elevated perspective that captures the full scope of the stage.

Reaching the Mezzanine requires navigating narrow, winding stairs. An elevator is available in the lobby for those who prefer to avoid them. Once seated, legroom can be limited, making aisle seats a popular choice for those seeking more space. The New Amsterdam Theatre caters to patrons with mobility limitations by providing three designated wheelchair spaces with companion seating in the back rows. The elevator ensures easy access to the entire Mezzanine section.

New Amsterdam Theatre Balcony


Perched highest above the stage, the Balcony offers the most affordable option at the New Amsterdam Theatre, with 418 seats spread across Left, Right, and Center sections. However, keep in mind the trade-offs that come with the price. Due to the significant height, sightlines in the Balcony are more distant compared to other sections. Prepare for a bird's-eye view that might feel disconnected from the stage.

Some structural elements can create partial obstructions. Thin support poles might block the view for patrons in specific seats (like G11 and J10), and the jutting-out Boxes on the far sides can limit sightlines as well. Shorter patrons in the front row (A) might also find their view partially obstructed by the safety railing. The theatre offers booster seats on a first-come, first-served basis to help alleviate some of these limitations for children. The Balcony boasts the least legroom in the theatre, and the steep incline might be uncomfortable for patrons with vertigo or a fear of heights. Additionally, the steep angle can lead to patrons leaning forward, potentially obstructing the view for those seated behind.

Unfortunately, the Balcony is not equipped for wheelchair seating or accessible for patrons with limited mobility.

Accessible seating in New Amsterdam Theatre

New Amsterdam Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Fully accessible with step-free entry from the main lobby. Most rows require navigating one step up, except for designated wheelchair and companion seating in the back (Rows T-V) which are entirely step-free.
  • Mezzanine: Accessible by stairs (two flights from the lobby) or an elevator. However, there might be a few steps up or down to reach individual rows within the Mezzanine. Three designated wheelchair spaces with companion seating are located in the back Right Mezzanine (Row LL) and are completely step-free upon reaching the Mezzanine level via the elevator. There are no transfer seats in this section.
  • Balcony: Least accessible option. Located one level above the Mezzanine, it requires navigating stairs that can be steep. The floor's incline might be challenging for some patrons. While an elevator reaches the Balcony level, the Orchestra and Mezzanine offer a significantly better experience for those with limited mobility. This section lacks any wheelchair or accessible seating.

Frequently asked questions about New Amsterdam Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in New Amsterdam Theatre?

For an immersive view, grab the Center Orchestra (D-K) or front & center Mezzanine (A-C). Both offer unobstructed views, with the Orchestra providing the closest proximity to the stage.

What show is playing at New Amsterdam Theatre?

New Amsterdam Theatre is playing Aladdin.

Which section of New Amsterdam Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra offers wheelchair seating in the back (Rows T-V) with entirely step-free access from the main lobby. The Mezzanine has 3 wheelchair spaces (Row LL) accessible by elevator, but there might be steps within rows.

Which seats in New Amsterdam Theatre provide value for money?

Try back-middle Orchestra (G-M) for a balance of affordability and a decent view. For a different perspective, aim for Mezzanine (C-F). Remember, the Balcony (front & center) is the cheapest but has limitations.

What is the Orchestra section in New Amsterdam Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest section (698 seats) at New Amsterdam Theatre. Divided into Left, Right, and Center with aisles, it offers the closest and clearest views of the stage. Most rows have one step up, but designated wheelchair seating in the back (Rows T-V) is entirely step-free.

What is the Mezzanine section in New Amsterdam Theatre?

Located above the Orchestra, the Mezzanine offers 586 seats in Left, Right, and Center sections. It provides a generally good, elevated view of the stage (except potentially the very top in some back rows). While not the closest, it's a mid-range option with some step-free access (elevator) and designated wheelchair spaces (Row LL) with companion seating.

What is the Balcony section in New Amsterdam Theatre?

The Balcony, perched highest (418 seats), offers the most budget-friendly option. However, the view is distant due to the height, and there can be obstructions (support poles, railing). Consider the trade-off! This section isn't accessible for wheelchairs and has limited legroom due to the steep incline.

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