This guide on the Broadhurst Theatre Seating Chart will help you find the best seats in the house. Get real-time seat availability and pricing, insider tips on the best seats and more.
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Navigating the Broadhurst Theater Seating Chart
The Broadhurst Theatre has a total seat count of 1186 across 2 primary sections - Orchestra (733 seats) and Mezzanine (429 seats) alongside 24 box seats and 32 standing row seats. Check out real-time availability and recommended seats on our Broadhurst Theatre Seating Chart.
Broadhurst Theatre Recommended Seats
• Value for money seats
Center Mezzanine - Any seats in Row C to F. Center Orchestra - Any seats in Row F to O. Great view of the stage wihtout paying a hefty price. These seats are also the most popular and tend to sell out soon.
• If money were no matter
Center Orchestra - Any seats in Row D to K. Rows A, B and C are too close to the stage and you may miss out on a few acts that happen at the sides.
• Best views of the stage
Center Orchestra - Any seats in Row D to K. Center Mezzanine - Rows A to Row D.
• Best Legroom
Row A & N in Orchestra, Row A & K(few seats) in Mezzanine and Row A in the Balcony.
Broadhurst Theater Orchestra
The Orchestra section of the Broadhurst Theater has a total of 703 seats. These are neatly spread across 22 rows, row AA to row T. The orchestra is further divided into three longitudinal sections - center orchestra, orchestra left and orchestra right.
The left orchestra seats are spread across 20 rows (A to T) and are odd numbered. Seats begin at 1 and end at 27, moving from the aisle to the outside.
The center orchestra seats are spread across 22 rows (AA to T). Seats begin at 101 and end at 114, moving left to right.
The right orchestra seats are spread across 20 rows (A to T) and are even numbered. Seats begin at 2 and end at 28, moving from the aisle to the outside.
The Center Orchestra has arguably the best seats in the house. Though this quality makes it the most expensive seats in the theatre, it’s a price one can pay if they’re looking for the perfect Broadway experience. Not only are the views uninterrupted, but the proximity of the seats to the stage will bring you closer to the act and offer a uniquely immersive experience. Hence, were you to get seats in the front and middle rows of the Center Orchestra, you can be assured that your experience is going to be wonderful.
The side orchestra seats are cheaper than seats in the center orchestra. The closer your seats are to the center aisle, the better the view. Though not as great as the center orchestra, the views from the side orchestra are definitely better than seats in the last few rows of the mezzanine section. Certain sequences of the play or musical may occur at the farther sections of the stage, but, the fact that you’re closer to the action does make up for it.
Broadhurst Theater Mezzanine
The Mezzanine section is the only elevated section of the Broadhurst Theater. Comprising of 429 seats, the Mezzanine section is spread across 12 rows, row A to row L. The Mezzanine, like the Orchestra, is further divided into three longitudinal sections - center, left and right mezzanine.
The left mezzanine seats are spread across 12 rows (A to L) and are odd numbered. Seats begin at 1 and end at 27, moving from the aisle to the outside.
The center mezzanine seats are again spread across 12 rows (A to L). Seats begin at 101 and end at 114, moving left to right.
The right mezzanine seats are spread across 12 rows (A to L) and are even numbered. Seats begin at 2 and end at 28, moving from the aisle to the outside.
Being the only elevated floor in the Broadhurst Theater, the mezzanine offers a spectacular view of the stage. The elevation aids you with a complete and entire view of the stage, including sections of the set that may be hidden from view if you are seated in the rear orchestra.
The sloped nature of the mezzanine also has its additional advantages with a better viewing angle. Apart from that, should you find yourself in a situation with a taller audience member ahead of you, the mezzanine’s inclination ensures that the view is not obstructed. Hence, given a choice between the first few rows of the mezzanine or the last few rows of the orchestra, you should definitely go for the mezzanine seats.
30-Second Takeaway: Broadhurst Theatre
- Should you ever decide to step out of the theater, ensure that you are carrying your ticket stub with you. Re-entry without a ticket is not permitted.
- Restrooms are situated in the basement. It is a good call to go before the show.
- Speaking of restrooms, there are only two of them, one for each sex.
- It has been noted that like most old Broadway theaters, seating gets a bit cramped. However, some also note that this adds to the old world charm of the Broadhurst Theater. If you’re tall, you will find the first row of the mezzanine to be the best seat for you.
- Both the levels have a bar. So if you’re on the mezzanine, there is no need to go down for a drink.
- There are numerous restaurants across the street from where one can see the waiting line outside the Broadhurst. You can head to these restaurants, grab yourself a drink, wait for the queue to shorten and then move in.
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FAQs : Broadhurst Theatre
The Broadhurst's facade is divided into two sections: the auditorium to the east and a stage house to the west.
The best seats are in rows A and B of the Center Mezzanine, which are perfect for elevated views directly in front of the stage. A good rake also means seats further back have a decent view, although those at the far sides of the Left and Right Mezzanine will have more partial sightlines.
The Broadhurst Theatre has a capacity of 1160 seats.
The Broadhurst Theatre Orchestra is step-free for all patrons. There are six wheelchair viewing spaces in rows K and O in the Left and Right Orchestra, and row Q in the Center Orchestra.