Great legroom throughout, but especially here since the row in front ends right in front of this seat. Stage is low and further back so you aren’t too close despite being in the second row. Amazing seat for a play
Last row of front mezz. Full view. Aisle seat. Angle results in essentially unlimited leg room and no one in front of you (so an unobstructed view).
Front row of mezzanine, 1 seat off the aisle. Great view. Railing may obstruct slightly if you are very short and sit all the way back. I am 5'2" and it wasn't too bad.
Great view of the whole stage.
Would be great -- if there wasn't a banister in your face!
Great seat, able to see the stage perfectly. It's pretty steep here though, and the railing is on the other side of the aisle
Plenty of leg room as there's no seat in front. Very steep stairs.
I'm 4'11" my husband is 6'0". Good seats if you tall enough to see over the bar.
Great view - stage appears closer than picture
Great seat but the rail got in the way. OK if you're tall - had to sit on my jacket
HipTix, rear mezzanine has some of the worst leg room in any Broadway theater.
There is a bar that blocks your view if you are shorter.
High bar blocks vision if you're short!
Right under the air conditioning vent - so it's cool
Excellent first row, mezzanine seat with great views of the stage
Excellent sightlines, decent legroom
Nice view. If you're short, you might have to sit forward a bit to avoid the railing, but it's not bad. Recommended!
Amazing seats for a play that had me ugly crying throughout.
A little bit far
Maybe the most uncomfortable seat I’ve ever sat in at a broadway theater and I see a lot of shows. The view is good, but the seat in front is so close I could barely sit down, and I don’t have long legs. Talking to an usher it seems a common complaint.
Great seats and plenty of room!
Great front row seat. The stage is low and the front row is set 10 feet back.
PHENOMENAL RUSH SEAT. THANK YOU TODAYTIX
Spacious seats but I still felt faraway from the stage due to the set-up of rows. Unmic-ed voices still carried fine, and it was an engaging, nailbiting performance.
Great to be so close, but no grading in the front orchestra so hard to see over people in front of you.
Best seat in the house
Pretty good seat. A bit far but you are still able to see the faces.
Great seats (3rd Row) for Lifespan of a Fact. Comfy seat and excellent sight lines. Worth noting that the seats directly in front of these (Row A) have no seats in front of them (even though they are in the 2nd row) and would make an excellent choice!
Very Good seat, row D is higher than first 3 rows
Amazing view! Highly recommended!!!
Great seats for the hysterical new comedy that's not to be missed!
I am 5 feet tall. The bar always gets me. Otherwise decent view
Great view: tight seat and extremely hot
Good seats. Can see everything.
Even in the rear mezzanine, this seat had a great view. I could see everything, though the sound was a bit garbled due to the poor sound design of Studio 54 (including the lack of an orchestra pit, meaning the band is spread across the box seats). The seats are also a bit tight. However, I still count "She Loves Me" to be amongst the best Broadway experiences I've ever had, so, in retrospect, the seats couldn't have been THAT bad. :-)
The views from the rear mezzanine aren't bad at Studio 54, though the sound design in the theatre is not the best. Note that "Cabaret" was in a thrust stage setup, which may not be the case for all shows at Studio 54.
Good view of center and right side of stage far left side a little cut off.
The seating was WAY too tight.
Second to last row in orchestra. Was told that row O was elevated, but not really the case. No more elevated than any other row. Tall folks in front of us really affected the view. If you try for orchestra seats, get them further up so the mezzanine overhang doesn't block the overall effect of the theater. And try to get aisle seats if you're on the side. Otherwise stick with center orchestra. The sides are really too far off, in my opinion.
This is the front of this section. Due to the high rail slightly in stage view, must lean forward a bit so it doesn't interfere with your view.