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Walter Kerr Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

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

Value for money seats

  • Orchestra (G-L): Strike a balance between affordability and a great view in the middle rows of the Orchestra (G-L). These seats offer a clear view of the stage at a more attractive price compared to the premium front rows. 
  • Mezzanine (C-E): Enjoy a different vantage point without sacrificing value in the Mezzanine (C-E). These center rows provide a decent overall view of the stage at a more budget-friendly option compared to the front-row seats.
  • Balcony (Front & Center): If the Orchestra (G-L) and Mezzanine (C-E) are unavailable, the front and center seats of the Balcony can be a budget-conscious choice. However, keep in mind the potentially limited legroom and distant view from this section.

Best views of the stage

  • Orchestra (B-E, Center): For an immersive experience grab the front seats in the center sections of the Orchestra rows B to E. These seats offer an unobstructed, close-up view of the entire stage, perfect for appreciating intricate details of the performance.
  • Mezzanine (A & B, Center): If you prefer a slightly elevated perspective with excellent sightlines, the middle seats in rows A and B of the Center Mezzanine provide a fantastic option. This location avoids any potential obstruction from the balcony overhang while still offering a clear view of the stage.

Sections available in Walter Kerr Theatre

Walter Kerr Theatre Orchestra


The Walter Kerr Theatre's Orchestra seats 521 people, divided into left, right and center sections. Center Orchestra offers the most coveted spots, boasting unobstructed views, especially in the coveted front rows. As you move towards the Left and Right Orchestra sections, affordability increases, but keep in mind potential limitations on side views, particularly further back. Thankfully, the good rake of the seating ensures clear sightlines for you, except potentially for those seated behind Row H where the Mezzanine overhang might obstruct the very top of the stage.

The Walter Kerr Theatre caters to accessibility needs by offering wheelchair and transfer seating in the back half of the Orchestra section. All designated wheelchair spaces are conveniently step-free for easy access.

Walter Kerr Theatre Mezzanine


Above the Orchestra, the Mezzanine boasts clear sightlines throughout its Left, Right, and Center sections (all roughly the same size). Spanning 8-9 rows, the Mezzanine stretches to 40 seats at its widest point, with all seats curved for optimal viewing. Acoustics remain good throughout the Mezzanine. The Balcony overhang might obstruct the very top of the stage from Row D onwards, but the Mezzanine's steep rake ensures a good overall perspective – you won't be blocked by any audience in the front.

While side and back seats offer a more angled view compared to the prime center seats, they are more budget-friendly price. The Mezzanine is not accessible by elevator.

Walter Kerr Theatre Balcony


Snag a budget-friendly seat high above the stage in the Walter Kerr Theatre's Balcony, which seats 74 people. The climb's a doozy (52 steps), and sightlines are below average due to distance and potential obstructions from lighting rigs, railings, or support pillars (like B18). The steep rake might also require some leaning forward to see the front of the stage. However, for some theatregoers, the panoramic view and unbeatable price might be worth the trade-offs – these are partial view seats, the cheapest in the house.

Accessible seating in Walter Kerr Theatre

Walter Kerr Theatre - accessibility
  • Orchestra: Fully accessible with step-free entry from the street. Most rows are level, except R & S which require two steps each. Designated wheelchair and transfer seating with companion seats are available in the back half of the Left, Right, and Center sections.
  • Mezzanine: Accessible only by stairs (37 steps from Orchestra). There are handrails along all stairs and aisles leading to rows (usually 2 steps per row). However, the Mezzanine lacks wheelchair and transfer seating, and the steep rake might be challenging for those with limited mobility. Consider other sections for better accessibility.
  • Balcony: The least accessible option, located two floors above the Orchestra (52 steps). This section lacks wheelchair or transfer seating due to the significant height and steepness. It's not recommended for anyone with limited mobility.

Frequently asked questions about Walter Kerr Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Walter Kerr Theatre?

For an immersive view, grab the Center Orchestra (B-E) or front & center Mezzanine (A-B). Both offer clear, unobstructed views, with the Orchestra boasting the closest proximity to the stage.

What show is playing at Walter Kerr Theatre?

Walter Kerr Theatre is playing Hadestown.

Which section of Walter Kerr Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

Only the Orchestra section offers wheelchair seating in the back half (Left, Right, Center). All designated wheelchair spaces are step-free for easy access.

Which seats in Walter Kerr Theatre provide value for money?

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

What is the Orchestra section in Walter Kerr Theatre?

The Orchestra is the largest seating area, offering the most seats (521) spread across the Center, Left, and Right sections. It boasts clear sightlines and is closest to the stage.

What is the Mezzanine section in Walter Kerr Theatre?

Located above the Orchestra, the Mezzanine offers 322 seats spread across Left, Right, and Center sections. It provides a generally clear view (except potentially the very top of the stage from some rows). While not the closest, it's a good mid-range option for affordability and sightlines.

What is the Balcony section in Walter Kerr Theatre?

Perched highest, the Balcony offers the most budget-friendly option with just 74 seats (Left & Right). The view can be distant, and some seats have obstructions. However, for the price, it provides a panoramic perspective of the stage, perfect for those on a tight budget who don't mind being further away.

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