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Shubert Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra: Rows L to S offer great views of the stage at a lower price.
  • Mezzanine: Rows E to G provide excellent value, balancing cost and view quality.
  • Balcony: The front rows (A-C) are prime seats offering a good perspective at a budget-friendly price.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: Center orchestra rows F to M provide the best views.
  • Mezzanine: The front few rows, A to D, in the front mezzanine offer excellent sightlines.
  • Balcony: Center balcony seats in rows A to D give a clear, elevated view of the stage.

Sections available in Shubert Theatre

Shubert Theatre Orchestra


  • 693 seats
  • Rows AA-U

  • The Orchestra is spread across left, right, and center sections. Elevated Boxes on either side seat 16 people for angled views. Up to 26 standing tickets are available behind row T when shows are full. The ground-level sections are divided by aisles.
  • Views across the Orchestra are generally good, although structural features beyond row Q can affect sightlines. The Mezzanine overhang starts at row L and significantly impacts views by row R. While this usually doesn't obstruct the views of the actors, parts of the set may be harder to see.
  • Seats toward the outside aisles in the Left and Right Orchestra are also in partial view. Prices are highest in the front half of the Center Orchestra and the inner seats of the Left and Right Orchestra, reflecting their clear and central views. The back rows and sides are cheaper.
  • There are seven wheelchair-accessible spaces and seven transfer seats in the back row of the Orchestra. The Shubert Theatre Orchestra is step-free for all patrons.
Shubert Theatre Mezzanine


  • 418 seats
  • Rows A-K

  • The Mezzanine is divided into left, right, and center sections with aisles. The front four rows offer excellent views, especially in rows A and B of the Center Mezzanine.
  • Double-digit seats in the Left and Right sections have more partial views. The Balcony overhang starts above row C but doesn't affect views until row G or H, covering the top of the stage.
  • There are five transfer seats in the Mezzanine, but the section is only accessible by stairs. Prices in the Mezzanine are similar to the mid-to-back Orchestra, with the cheapest seats towards the back and sides.

Shubert Theatre Balcony


  • 350 seats
  • Rows A-J

  • The Balcony is the highest and farthest section in the Shubert Theatre. Accessed by three flights of stairs, it is not ideal for those with limited mobility, though four transfer seats are available in the back rows.
  • Divided into left, right, and center sections with around nine rows each, the best views are in the Center Balcony or row A, especially near the inside aisles. Views become more distant and obstructed towards the sides and back, with thin support pillars between rows C and D affecting sightlines.
  • Balcony seats are the cheapest in the theatre, with prices decreasing in the back rows and corners. For budget-conscious patrons, seats 101-114 in row A offer a distant but mostly clear view.

Accessible seating in Shubert Theatre

Shubert Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: All seven wheelchair viewing spaces are located in row T at the rear of the Orchestra section, with up to three companion seats available next to, in front of, or behind each wheelchair space. Seven additional transfer seats with folding armrests are situated on the aisles across rows O-S, each with one companion seat. The Orchestra is on the ground floor and fully step-free.
  • Mezzanine: The Mezzanine is accessed by two flights of stairs (34 steps) with no elevator or escalator. Once there, patrons must navigate two steps up or down to each row, aided by handrails at the end of each row. Five transfer seats with folding armrests are located in rows G, H, and K. Companions are recommended for those booking these seats due to the stairs.
  • Balcony: Four transfer seats are located near the entrance behind row J in the Balcony, minimizing the number of steps needed. Handrails are available at the end of every row. However, the Balcony is accessed by three flights of stairs (56 steps) and is not recommended for patrons with very limited mobility due to the steep stairs and lack of elevators or escalators.

Frequently asked questions about Shubert Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Shubert Theatre?

The best seats in Shubert Theatre are in the center of the Orchestra, rows F to M, and the front rows of the Mezzanine, rows A and B, for optimal views of the stage.

Which section of Shubert Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section of Shubert Theatre has wheelchair accessibility, with seven wheelchair viewing spaces located in row T at the rear of the section.

Which seats in Shubert Theatre provide value for money?

For value for money at the Shubert Theatre, choose seats in rows L to S of the Orchestra and rows E to G in the Mezzanine. These seats offer good views at a more affordable price.

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