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Marquis Theatre Seating Chart – Best Seats, Real-Time Pricing, Tips & Reviews

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The Marquis Theatre is one of the youngest theatres on Broadway. Let us go through the Marquis Theatre seating chart and help you find the best seats.

Navigating the Marquis Theatre Seating Chart


With a seating capacity of 1,602 patrons, the Marquis Theatre is one of the bigger Broadway theatres. The seats are divided across 2 sections - Orchestra (1016 seats) and Mezzanine (586 seats). Check out real-time availability and recommended seats on our Marquis Theatre Seating Chart.

Marquis Theatre Seating Chart - Recommended Seats

💸Value for money seats
Orchestra - Rear orchestra
Mezzanine - Front mezzanine
🎟️If money were no matter
Orchestra - Bang in the middle and right in front of the stage, the seats in the center are the most coveted ones, and as a result, also the most expensive.
Mezzanine - First half of the mezzanine are the most expensive seats.
🎭Best views of the stage
Orchestra - Center orchestra rows F to P.
Front Mezzanine - The front few rows from A to F
🦵🏼Best legroom
Row A in orchestra, row A in mezzanine and corner seats.

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Seating Chart - Sections Explained + Pricing


Marquis Theatre Orchestra

The orchestra section of the Marquis Theatre has a total of 993 seats. These are spread across 25 rows, row A to row Z. Like other theatres on Broadway, row I is skipped as it may lead to a confusion with the number “1”. Longitudinally, the orchestra is divided into three sections - center orchestra, orchestra left and orchestra right.

Left Orchestra
The left orchestra seats are spread across 24 rows (A to Y) and are odd numbered. Seats begin at 1 and end at 25, moving from the aisle to the outside.

Center Orchestra
The center orchestra seats are spread across 25 rows (A to Z). Seats begin at 101 and end at 128, moving left to right.

Right Orchestra
The right orchestra seats are spread across 24 rows (A to Y) and are even numbered. Seats begin at 2 and end at 26, moving from the aisle to the outside.

The best seats in the Marquis Theatre are in the center orchestra section. Bang in the middle of the stage and right in front of it, the seats in the center are the most coveted ones, and as a result, also the most expensive. A slight gradient in the floor allows visibility to be complete as the rows progress backwards. The views from the orchestra are complete and offer the best look of the stage.

Seats in the side sections of the orchestra are cheaper than the center orchestra seats. To guarantee a good view of the stage, ensure that your seats are closer to the aisle as the furthest seats on the left and right orchestra do keep you away from the far opposite sections of the stage. However, nothing is lost since the arc of the seating layout keeps the stage centered and gives every patron a proper view of the stage. You can purchase cheaper seats in the side orchestra and be safe with your hopes of not missing out on anything.

Marquis Theater Mezzanine

The mezzanine section is the only elevated section of the Marquis Theatre and has a total of 585 seats. The mezzanine section is spread across 12 rows, row A to row M. Again, row I is skipped as it may lead to a confusion with the number “1”. The mezzanine, like the orchestra, is further divided into three longitudinal sections - center, left and right mezzanine.

Left Mezzanine
The left mezzanine seats are spread across 12 rows (A to M) and are odd numbered. Seats begin at 1 and end at 35, moving from the aisle to the outside.

Center Mezzanine
The center mezzanine seats are again spread across 12 rows (A to M). Seats begin at 101 and end at 118, moving left to right.

Right Mezzanine
The right mezzanine seats are spread across 12 rows (A to M) and are even numbered. Seats begin at 2 and end at 36, moving from the aisle to the outside.

Pricing

The seats in the first half of the mezzanine are the most expensive seats in the mezzanine section and are costlier than the side and rear orchestra seats. The prices fall as you move further back in the section, with the rear mezzanine seats being the cheapest in the house.

30 Second Takeaway: Marquis Theatre Seating Chart


  • The restrooms are located outside the theatre lobby, though on the same floor. The lines during the intermission may become an unnecessarily long queue.
  • There are three bars in the theatre. There is one full bar and one Absolut bar located on the orchestra level and one bar located on the mezzanine level.
  • The Marquis Theatre allows one to bring in water or Absolut vodka inside the theater. No other drinks are allowed.
  • Since the theatre is located inside the Marriott hotel, there are plenty of dining options in the hotel itself.
  • If you or someone you are visiting with have physical disabilities, there are seats with folding armrests in these locations: Orchestra A1, A2, F17, F18, K1, K2, P101, P125, S27, S28, T1, T2; Mezzanine K33, K34, L1, L2.

Marquis Theatre Reviews


Great theater with great views no matter where you sit. Bathrooms didn't have too many stalls so go before the show if you need to go because you might not have time during intermission

- Daphne, Tripadvisor, December 2022

We came here to see Beetlejuice the Musical. Having seen this show at its previous venue, I really prefer the seating here. The orchestra seating area is raked at an angle so it lessens the chance of heads in your view, and it creates ample leg room. The restrooms are out in the lobby of the hotel space rather than within the theatre house, so that’s a little weird. Definitely a more updated theatre space over many older Broadway houses though!

- Kelli, Tripadvisor, October 2022

FAQs


How many sections does Marquis Theatre have?

With a seating capacity of 1,602 patrons, the Marquis Theatre is one of the bigger Broadway theatres. The seats are divided across 2 sections - Orchestra (1016 seats) and Mezzanine (586 seats).

Where are the best seats in Marquis Theatre?

The best seats in the Marquis Theatre are in the center orchestra section. Bang in the middle of the stage and right in front of it, the seats in the center are the most coveted ones, and as a result, also the most expensive.

What is the seating capacity of Marquis Theatre, New York?

1,602

Which section has wheelchair accessibility at Marquis Theatre?

There are 10 wheelchair space and adjacent companion seats located in row Y at the rear of the orchestra. These are accessible via a ramp.