Are balcony seats good on Broadway?
Only a few Broadway theaters actually have balconies per se.
(See “mezzanine” discussion above.) The balcony seats tend to be pretty high up, but they might be the best choice for the budget-conscious..
How early should you get to a Broadway show?
Question: What time should I arrive at the theater? Answer: Generally you don’t want to arrive any more than 30 minutes prior to the curtain or any less than 10 minutes prior. The house won’t open until 30 minutes before, and there is no need to line up prior to that as your seat is assigned!
What is the best seat in Broadway show?
For musicals, the ideal locations are 8-10 rows back in the orchestra section or the front row of the mezzanine (in the center, of course).
Is it better to sit in the orchestra or mezzanine?
Mezzanine seating can offer a more panoramic view and, if you’re in the first row or two, you’ll often be closer to the stage than you would have been in the orchestra. “I think that the front, center mezzanine is the best spot” says Elf Niece – “there you can see the whole stage without missing detail in the show.”
How much are front row Broadway tickets?
At a cost of $25 – $40 for front row orchestra tickets, the Broadway ticket lottery provides an excellent way to get amazing discounts on Broadway tickets.
Is it worth seeing a Broadway show?
A great value for little money! I would strongly recommend seeing a Broadway play, especially if you’ve never been to one before. If you enjoy plays and or musicals, nothing matches seeing one on Broadway. You could try to get the two for one tickets which would save money.