brooks atkinson seating question HELP ASAP

Zeitoujo
Broadway Legend
joined:5/3/06
i'm offered Orch. Row H seats 11-13 OR
front mezz. row C- center

WHICH ONE?
does anyone have a picture from the mezz or orchestra?
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jordangirl
Broadway Legend
joined:10/1/06
For...? I'd say mezz just because I prefer center.

As for pics...since you're not allowed to take them in the theatre... Nope.
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munkustrap178
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Haven't you been to enough theatre by now to make this decision on your own?

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Zeitoujo
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joined:5/3/06
why must you comment when it is unecessary? just shut up.
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wonderfulwizard11
Broadway Legend
joined:7/30/05
Why must you make so many threads regarding tickets.


Just use the seating chart and make your best judgement.

And since I assume you are asking about Grease, no one has seen the show yet, so it's pointless asking.
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HBP
Broadway Star
joined:6/2/05
a new seating question for the brooks atkinson:

i'm stuck between center orch seats and seats in the second row of the mezzanine. they're both in the center, but i know the orchestra is not very steep and the person i am bringing is not very tall, so that could be an issue.

also, how is the bar in the mezzanine? i recently sat in the front of the mezz at the belasco and the bar was a little distracting. thanks!
followspot
Broadway Star
joined:12/27/11
First, the mezzanine bar at the Belasco is RIDICULOUS! You shouldn't have to listen to a bar being noisily broken down throughout the first 20 minutes of a play's second act. I'd blocked this out of my memory until you mentioned it.

Second, if you're referring to PETER AND THE STARCATCHERS at the Brooks Atkinson, I watched Act One from the orchestra, and Act Two from the mezzanine. I thought the mezzanine was superior.



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Updated On: 4/26/12 at 03:01 PM
HBP
Broadway Star
joined:6/2/05
cool, thanks for the insight! do you recall in which row you sat in the mezz?
dramamama611
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/07
I was in row a of the mezz for peter smack dab in the middle. Loved the seat and the show. I didn't hear a thing from the bar.
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followspot
Broadway Star
joined:12/27/11
I was in mezzanine row D. Wonderful view of a beautiful production. (Although be sure to go and check out the stage's proscenium arch up close it's a crafty delight.) Enjoy!
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kbritt789
Swing
joined:6/6/11
I just got tickets to see "Peter and the Starcatcher" next month. I was wondering about the sight lines from my seats- we got ORCH row D seats 2-6. Anyone have any insight as to how these are? Thanks!

Updated On: 10/6/12 at 09:44 PM
dramamama611
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joined:12/4/07
They'll be fine.
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