FANtomFollies said: "what would be considered the best seats for this show?"If I understand correctly that you're referring to Harry Potter, I recommend front-to-middle of center orchestra. I've seen the show twice; the first time was center orchestra row F, directly on the center aisle, and the second time was center mezzanine, almost directly in the middle of the third row. I enjoyed the front orchestra experience far more than the mezzanine. While one special effect that occurs twice looks very impressive from the mezzanine, this is a really large theatre and the overall show felt very removed from that vantage point, and I really couldn't see much of the actors' faces.To address the OP's question, I paid to see Hamilton once, but I paid to see Harry Potter twice. To me, Hamilton didn't live up to the hype, but I thought the entire Harry Potter experience was pure theatrical magic.
FANtomFollies said: "Thank you! Also what would be considered the best seats for this show?"I like to sit close. For Harry Potter, that means that the "how" of some of the effects are easily discernible. I'd say mid-orchestra, around row H, is better for that. There are two effects in the show where sitting further back offers the better vantage point, but the mezzanine feels too far back.I didn't think Hamilton was worth the $40 I paid, and that was a prime orchestra location. But the set design makes sitting under the overhang the worst seats, so mezz or front orchestra is ideal.
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