Broadway Seating Plans

Seating plans are from various sources including the theaters themselves or the producers of individual shows.

Theater seating plans may vary from production to production, so small changes may not always be updated on the following seating plans.

 

-  “Orchestra” is the lowest seating section of the theater and normally closest to the stage. This section is commonly referred to as “Stalls” in the UK.

-  “Mezzanine” is normally the next tier of seating above the Orchestra. This section is commonly known as the “Circle” (either “Dress Circle” or “Royal Circle”) in the UK.

If a Broadway theater has another higher tier above the Mezzanine, this is usually referred to as the “Balcony” and normally offers the cheapest seats. In the UK, this section would usually be named the “Upper Circle” or “Grand Circle.”