Stephen Sondheim Theatre Seating Chart
NOTE: Depending on the type of event, the seating configuration may be subject to change. Always check the individual event seating map displayed when selecting your tickets.
There are 1,055 seats in Stephen Sondheim Theatre and they are split into two main sections: orchestra and mezzanine. On the left and right of the theatre, there are press boxes available at the front of the mezzanine floor.
This level is the level below the stage and has some of the best seats in the theater for a great view. We would recommend picking seats 109 or 110 of Row D to be able to see the whole play from one end to the other.
The left side of this level is numbered 21-1 (odd numbers only). Where else, on the right, seats are numbered 2-22 (even numbers only). The middle part is numbered 119-101. Numbering is from left to right, facing the stage. Each row is also labeled with alphabets and the rows here are from A-U.
The front part of the left and right ends of the mezzanine floor is the press boxes. Each side has four press boxes. The right box is labeled with numbers 2,4,6 and 8. The left box is labeled with 1, 3, 5, and 7.
The left side of this level is numbered 19-1 (odd numbers only). Where else, on the right, seats are numbered 2-20 (even numbers only). The middle part is numbered 121-101. Numbering is from left to right, facing the stage. Each row is also labeled with alphabets and the rows here are from AA-JJ.
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