This guide on the Majestic 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 Majestic Theatre Seating Chart
The Majestic Theatre has a total seat count of 1559 across 3 primary sections -Orchestra (832 seats), Front Mezzanine (291 seats) and Rear Mezzanine(436 seats) and a couple of box seats on either side of the orchestra section. Check out real-time availability and recommended seats on our Majestic Theatre Seating Chart.
Majestic Theatre - Recommended Seats
• Value for money seats
Middle Orchestra: Seats in row K to U
Front mezzanine gives you fantastic views of the stage at a reasonable price.
• If money were no matter
Center Orchestra - centre rows (B-J) and middle seats.
Mezzanine: Middle seats of Front Mezannine, row A and B.
• Best views of the stage
Center Orchestra - Any seats in Row B to J. Front Mezzanine: Row A and B
• Best Legroom
Row A in Orchestra, Row A in Front Mezzanine and Rear Mezzanine and corner seats.
Majestic Theatre Orchestra
The Majestic theatre orchestra is the biggest section in the theatre with a large margin, accounting for a total of 885 seats out of the 1645 available.`Mirroring a stadium, the seats in this section have a subtle incline that allows even viewers sitting in the last few rows to get an unobstructed view of the stage.
The middle section, housing some of the best seats in the theatre, begins from row AA and extends till row X, bringing the total to 26. The seats in this section are numbered between 101 to 114, moving left to right.
The left section of the Majestic theatre orchestra skips rows I and J, bringing the total rows in the section to 24. The seats are odd numbered, falling between 1 to 27 and moving right to left.
The last subsection of the orchestra section, orchestra right also has 24 rows, skipping I and J, and the seats are even numbered, starting from 2 and ending with even, moving left to right.
Majestic Theatre Mezzanine
We have the Majestic theatre front mezzanine section, the first of the two elevated levels in the theatre. With only 292 seats, this is the smallest section in the theatre and also the best. While elevated, the front mezzanine is close enough to the stage to offer a fantastic view of the proceedings, without any obstructions. If you get lucky and score seats in the first row of the front mezzanine, well, there’s nothing better.
Rounding up our sectional breakdown is the second elevated level in the theatre, the rear mezzanine. Being furthest away from the main stage, the rear mezzanine section doesn’t offer the best view, but the substantially lower ticket prices make up for that.
Which seats offer the best view?
The seats with the best views in the Majestic Theater are in the Center Orchestra, specifically Rows B-J. You get a direct view of the stage without any obstructions. These seats also are the most expensive ones in the the theater. If you'd rather not be that close to the stage and wish to spend lesser on the ticket, then the seats with the best view will be the front mezzanine seats. The middle seats of Row A-C in the mezzanine section offer great views of the stage.
Which seats/section offer the best value for money?
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The middle orchestra rows K-S are quite decent and cost a lot less than the premium orchestra seats. Center seats in rows C to G in the front mezzanine section are also value for money considering the clean view on offer and ticket prices.
30-Second Takeaway: Majestic Theatre
- One of the largest theatres on Broadway, the Majestic Theatre opened in 1927 and has primarily been used to host big splashy musical numbers.
- The Majestic Theatre is located at 245 West 44th Street in Manhattan and was designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp. Created as part of an entertainment complex along with the Royale Theatre, Theatre Mosque and Lincoln Hotel, the Majestic Theatre opened in March 1927 with the musical Rufus LeMaire's Affairs.
- The theatre boasts a Spanish-style architecture, Adam style detailing within the auditorium, and steep stadium seating in the orchestra.
- There are steps to the Orchestra beginning with row I. There are no steps to the designated wheelchair seating location. There are no steps to rows AA through H.
- LocaLocated on the second level, up three flights (51 steps). On the Mezzanine level, there are approximately two steps up and down per row. Entrance to the Mezzanine is behind row G of the front Mezzanine.
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The Majestic Theatre has a capacity of 1581 seats. Section capacities are 854 Orchestra , 291 Front Mezzanine and 436 Rear Mezzanine.
Orchestra, specifically Rows B-J. You get a direct view of the stage without any obstructions. These seats also are the most expensive ones in the the theater.
The Majestic Theatre is accessible step-free from street level to the main lobby on 245 West 44th Street.