- Are side orchestra seats good?
- What does orchestra seating mean?
- What are the best seats at the Orpheum?
- Why is there no Row I in Theatres?
- Where should I sit for an orchestra concert?
- Is it better to sit in the orchestra or mezzanine?
- Are orchestra seats good?
- Are there bad seats at Radio City Music Hall?
- What are the best seats at the David H Koch Theater?
- What is the difference between a balcony and a mezzanine?
- Is it better to sit on the right or left side of a concert?
- Where should I sit for ballet?
Are side orchestra seats good?
Also, side orchestra seats aren’t necessarily bad.
It depends on how far to the side you are, as well as how close to the stage.
The closer you are to the stage, the more you want to be over to the center to avoid obstructed view situations.
But don’t worry if you’re in the very last seat on the side of a row..
What does orchestra seating mean?
“Orchestra” seats are those in several rows closest to the stage. Traditionally, the musicians (the orchestra) play at the foot of the stage and from that comes the name, since the seats are just behind the orchestra. See this chart, for example.
What are the best seats at the Orpheum?
Orchestra Seating at the Orpheum Theatre Generally speaking, the Orchestra has the most desirable seats in the theatre, especially in the center sections. We’ve also received feedback that the orchestra sides still provide good views of the stage.
Why is there no Row I in Theatres?
Answer: A quick scan through theatre seating charts does indeed find that theatres tend not to have a Row I. The reason is, said Jimmy Godsey, the Public Theater’s Director of Ticketing Services, via a Public Theater spokesperson, “Simply, [the letter] I looks like a [number] one to ushers and box office.”
Where should I sit for an orchestra concert?
The best seats in most concert halls for both acoustics and sight lines are in a section of the hall often called the “Dress Circle.” This is typically the first section at the front of the balcony.
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.”
Are orchestra seats good?
Music Box Theatre Orchestra The seats in the centre are known to be the most ideal in the house, with rows E to L offering the best view of the stage. Though most seats in the left and right sections offer a good view of the stage, seats on the far left and far right offer a partially obstructed view of the stage.
Are there bad seats at Radio City Music Hall?
While most seats in the Radio City Music Hall offer good to great views of the stage, the soundboard can offer minor obstruction for rows N-Z in Orchestra and Second Mezzanine.
What are the best seats at the David H Koch Theater?
First ring is generally considered the best seats in that house, at least to ballet-goers, and $69 is a pretty good price for 1st ring seats. Personally, I (and I think others who go to the ballet a lot) would prefer those to the orchestra seats you are offered.
What is the difference between a balcony and a mezzanine?
As nouns the difference between balcony and mezzanine is that balcony is an accessible structure extending from a building, especially outside a window while mezzanine is a balcony in an auditorium.
Is it better to sit on the right or left side of a concert?
If it’s a large venue, you’ll want to be pretty close to the front of the audience. … Front row audience members are usually the ones picked for crowd work (if the comic does any). As for left or right – neither, as the middle is best.
Where should I sit for ballet?
Middle of the stalls about 7-10 rows back is the best – but also the most expensive. Front few rows of the circle in the middle are also good for the ballet. 2. Re: Best seats for viewing ballet at Opera House?