Venue Details- Seating Chart

Mark C. Smith Concert Hall Seating

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Our seating chart is displayed below. The Balcony overhangs at Row U in the Orchestra Three seating. There isn’t a bad seat in the house at a Broadway Theatre League Show. See seating charts and views below.

Areas Include:

Orchestra Center – Rows A – J, middle
20 seats on each row (purple)
Orchestra I – Rows A – O (teal)
Orchestra II – Rows A – T (pink)

Please note that if you select Orchestra 3 seating you will have to climb stairs to get to your seats. There are approximately 20 steps to get to the center aisle in Orchestra 3 and at least 12 steps to enter from Portal 11 or 12. If you do not want to any climb stairs, we recommend seating in the Lower Balcony (there is an elevator and a few steps down) or seats accessible via portal 3 or 4.
Orchestra III – Rows U – Z (green)
Lower Balcony Center – Rows A – G, Sections 2, 3, and 4 (purple)
Upper Balcony Center – Rows H – L, Sections 2, 3, and 4 (gray)
Lower / Upper Balcony Sides – Rows A – L, Sections 1 & 5 (teal)

NOTE: Occasionally the Orchestra Pit is available. In this instance, rows of chairs will be brought in by the VBC to create rows in the Orchestra Pit. These rows are AA, BB and CC.

Seating Includes:

Orchestra II – Rows F – H, 6 seats
Lower Balcony – Rows F – G, 10 seats

You may purchase one companion seat
with each handicapped seat in these sections.