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St. James Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra: Sitting a bit further back in the Orchestra offers good value, allowing you to save money while maintaining a decent view of the stage. Seats towards the inside of the Left and Right Orchestra sections are another great choice for a direct sightline at a lower price.
  • Mezzanine: Similar to the Orchestra, seats further back in the Mezzanine can be more affordable while still providing a good view. Inside seats in the Left and Right Mezzanine sections offer a direct sightline at a lower price.
  • Balcony: Aisle seats in the Balcony provide good views at a cheaper price, making them an excellent value option.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra: Opt for rows BB-M in the Center Orchestra for an unparalleled experience, but avoid the middle of Row A behind the conductor’s box.
  • Mezzanine: Enjoy sweeping views from Row A of the Center Mezzanine for an exceptional experience.
  • Balcony: Row A of the Balcony provides great views from a distance, ideal for those seeking a panoramic perspective of the stage.

Sections available in St. James Theatre

St. James Theatre Orchestra


  • 735 seats
  • Rows AA-T

  • The Orchestra is the largest section featuring seats across up to 20 rows. Divided into Center, Left, and Right sections, it has aisles running between each.
  • The Mezzanine overhang starts at row J, potentially cutting off the top of the stage for seats behind this row. Aisle seats offer better legroom, though further side seats may have restricted views.
  • The best views are in the first ten rows of the Center Orchestra. Row A may have obstructed views due to the conductor’s box. Prices are highest at the front of the Center Orchestra and lower at the back and sides.
  • Good-value seats can be found near the back of the Center Orchestra. Wheelchair-accessible and transfer seats are available from the center to the back half of the Orchestra, all step-free.
St. James Theatre Mezzanine


  • 674 seats
  • Rows A-R

  • The Mezzanine at the St. James Theatre has seats across three sections: Left, Right, and Center, with aisles dividing them. It spans 45 seats across at its widest.
  • This section offers a good elevated view, especially in the Center Mezzanine, which has an excellent rake and mid-range prices comparable to the middle and back rows of the Center Orchestra.
  • Views towards the back and sides are slightly compromised by the Balcony overhang (starting at row D) but still provide decent sightlines.
  • Legroom varies, with row A and aisle seats offering more space. There are a few transfer seats in the Mezzanine, accessible only by stairs, which have handrails for assistance.
St. James Theatre Balcony


  • 326 seats
  • Rows A-H

  • The Balcony is the highest and furthest section, two levels above the Orchestra. It includes Left, Right, and Center sections, with eight rows.
  • Views from the Balcony can feel distant, especially at the back and sides. Some far-side seats are marked as partial view due to stage obstructions.
  • However, front-row seats offer clear views and extra legroom. Views from further back can be affected by patrons leaning forward.
  • A few transfer seats are available in the back rows, but due to the 77 steps up, these seats are unsuitable for guests with limited mobility.

Accessible seating in St. James Theatre

St. James Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: The Orchestra is fully step-free from the entrance and lobby, with all designated wheelchair seating in this section. Wheelchair seats are available in rows O and P, with companion seats nearby. Transfer seats are also available, including in rows E and J of the Right Orchestra; rows M, O, and P in the Center Orchestra; and rows D and J in the Left Orchestra. Some transfer seats, like J26 and D17, are partial view due to their side location.
  • Mezzanine: The Mezzanine is accessed via one flight of stairs (29 steps) from the Orchestra, with an additional 22 steps across the section. Each row involves two steps up or down, with handrails available. Transfer and companion seats are in rows F, G, and H, towards the center. As there are no elevators, those with limited mobility should exercise caution.
  • Balcony: The Balcony is on the third level, up 77 steps. Each row requires two additional steps up or down, with handrails provided. Around four transfer seats are available in rows F and H, including H17 and F30, with adjacent companion seats. This section is only accessible by stairs, making it unsuitable for people with very limited mobility.

Frequently asked questions about St. James Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in St. James Theatre?

The best seats are in the Center Orchestra, rows BB-M, and Center Mezzanine, row A, for excellent views and proximity to the stage.

Which section of St. James Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra section of St. James Theatre is fully wheelchair accessible, with designated wheelchair seating available.

Which seats in St. James Theatre provide value for money?

Good value seats can be found towards the back of the Center Orchestra and the middle rows of the Center Mezzanine. These seats offer a decent view at a more affordable price.

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