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Richard Rodgers Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra: Middle Orchestra rows E to J offer good views at a lower cost compared to premium Orchestra seats.
  • Front Mezzanine: Rows D-G provide good value with desirable elevated sightlines and relatively affordable ticket prices.
  • Rear Mezzanine: The cheapest seats are here, with row A offering clear views despite feeling more distant due to the steepness.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: The front few rows of the Center Orchestra offer clear, intense, and unforgettable sightlines that sell quickly.
  • Front Mezzanine: Rows A-B are highly valued for their elevated view, ideal for lively musical performances.
  • Rear Mezzanine: Rows G-H have excellent seats in the center and corners, offering great views at a premium price.

Sections available in Richard Rodgers Theatre

Orchestra

  • 796 seats
  • Rows CC-X

  • The Orchestra is divided into Left, Right, and Center sections by aisles. The widest point measures 41 seats across, and elevated Box seating is available on either side.
  • Views are generally very good, but the outer edges and back rows may have partially obstructed views. The Mezzanine overhang begins at row M and becomes more prominent after row S. Stadium-style seating between rows L and X ensures an impressive rake, so even the cheaper seats have unobstructed views.
  • The Orchestra is the most expensive section, with premium seating in the front and center. Some patrons prefer the slightly cheaper row L for its extra height.
  • Wheelchair and companion seats are at the back of the Left and Right Orchestra front sections. There are 14 transfer seats along the aisles, with four in rows L and M not step-free.

Front Mezzanine

  • 276 seats
  • Rows A-F

  • The Front Mezzanine is spread across Left, Right, and Center sections. Aisles run between these sections for six rows.
  • This section is situated above the Orchestra, with the Rear Mezzanine further back on the same structure, divided by a curtain or railing, not overhanging like a Balcony.
  • The Mezzanine's good rake offers excellent overhead views of the stage, especially from the Center Front Mezzanine. Aisle seats provide the best legroom but may have restricted views at the far edges.
  • Located up one flight of stairs, the Front Mezzanine does not have designated accessible seats and may not be suitable for patrons with very limited mobility due to steps down to the seating area behind row F.

Rear Mezzanine

  • 276 seats
  • Rows G-O

  • The Rear Mezzanine, located at the back of the theatre, is part of the same balcony as the Front Mezzanine. Separated by a step-up and a curtain, it is divided into Left, Right, and Center sections with aisles in between.
  • Slightly larger than the Front Mezzanine, it has 268 seats across eight rows (A-H). The Rear Mezzanine has a good rake, though the angle is steep and the space is cramped, making the stage feel distant. Despite this, sightlines are generally clear and row A offers extra legroom due to the curtain.
  • As with all sections, seats at the sides provide partial views of the stage. Located up one flight of stairs, the Rear Mezzanine does not have designated accessible seats and may not be suitable for patrons with very limited mobility due to the steps up to the seating area behind row F.

Accessible seating in Richard Rodgers Theatre

Richard Rodgers Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra The Richard Rodgers Theatre Orchestra is step-free from rows CC-H, accessible from the main lobby. There are six wheelchair spaces in row H of the Left and Right Orchestra, with ten step-free aisle transfer seats in rows A, C, D, E, and F. From row L, the Orchestra is set stadium-style with steps up to each row. Four transfer seats are located in this section (L1, L2, M1, and M2) at the bottom of the steps, making them relatively easy to reach. Theatre representatives are available to assist patrons.
  • Front Mezzanine The Front Mezzanine is accessed by one flight of stairs from the Orchestra and lobby, with handrails on every other row. This section does not have designated wheelchair or transfer seats and is not recommended for patrons with limited mobility due to the steep stairs.
  • Rear Mezzanine The Rear Mezzanine is also accessed by one flight of stairs from the Orchestra and lobby, with handrails on every other row. Like the Front Mezzanine, this section does not offer designated wheelchair or transfer seats and is not advised for patrons with limited mobility due to the steep stairs.


Frequently asked questions about Richard Rodgers Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Richard Rodgers Theatre?

The best seats are in the front few rows of the Center Orchestra and rows A and B of the Front Mezzanine for clear, immersive views.

Which show is playing at the Richard Rodgers Theatre?

Richard Rodgers Theatre is playing Hamilton.

Which section of Richard Rodgers Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section has wheelchair accessibility, with six wheelchair spaces located in row H of the Left and Right Orchestra.

Which seats in Richard Rodgers Theatre provide value for money?

Good value seats are in the middle rows E-M of the Center Orchestra and rows D-G of the Front Mezzanine, offering clear views for a lower price.

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