Todd Haimes Theatre Seating Chart

Todd Haimes Theatre seating chart

The Todd Haimes Theatre’s seating composition is made up of two main sections – the Orchestra and the Mezzanine. It has been designed to accommodate a diverse audience, offering a good view of the stage no matter what seat an audience member might purchase.

The Mezzanine

There is the mezzanine which sits at the upper floor of the Broadway theatre, featuring six rows of seats. Offering an elevated perspective, this section is a great choice for anyone who wants an overview of the entire stage. These seats are the furthest away from the stage, but you can expect to get a better view of the set design and overall production.

The Orchestra

The Orchestra can be found on the ground floor and is the best choice for those who want a close view of the stage. It is comprised of three areas – center, left, and right. It is a great choice if you want to feel fully connected to the performance unfolding on the stage, with a better view of actors.

You should note that both sections are accessible via the theatre’s main lobby. Attendants will be on hand to help you find your seats. There are also accessibility options for guests who have mobility challenges. If you have any special requirements or need help, you can call the Broadway venue ahead of time and they will ensure you can get to your seat without difficulty.

Please allow plenty of time to arrive at the venue, doors will open 45-60 minutes before the show and you will be able to take your seats 30 minutes before the event start time.