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We visited during a family trip to NY and attended Waitress. The Brooks Atkinson Theatre was a pleasant surprise. I do not think someone could have a bad seat in the house as it is a smaller venue. We enjoyed the show immensely and the...More
Loved the building, the velvet curtains, the whole atmosphere. Staff very helpful and friendly. Bathrooms and bar are upstairs and had enough staff to keep things moving. The show, Waitress, was so good. Acoustics were great, seats were comfortable.
Every seat is excellent. Don’t worry about your seat location. This theatre is smaller than most, which is a GOOD THING. There’s one bathroom for men and one for women. I recommend women bolt from their seat immediately as the intermission curtain comes down. The...More
Recently saw “The Waitress” here, we really liked this venue. The employees were good at controlling the crowds coming and going and during intermission. Bathrooms were not ideal but not as bad as some other broadway venues. Nice Victorian ambiance inside and seating was not...More
We saw the Waitress - loved the show!!!! The theatre is small, but the acoustics were awesome. It was easy to see the stage as well. The seats are small and not much leg room at all. Not enough bathrooms, but the staff seemed to...More
Saw Waitress and absolutely loved it! Theatre small and nothing spectacular, but not bad. Just an average theatre, but having only one bathroom a nightmare. I didn’t get to use the bathroom during intermission. I saw a lot of people drinking the over priced wine,...More
This was an awesome theatre for my daughter and I to experience our first Broadway show. We showed up an hour early for Waitress and were super excited. It was a little disappointing to find out that they were not going to open the doors...More
Although we enjoyed seeing Waitress, none of us loved it. Didn't appreciate it starting 15 minutes late either. We found the seats to be cramped leg wise. Your knees (and we aren't tall) were pretty close to the seats in front of us. Advice: Bring...More
Smaller Broadway theater that brought you close to the stage no matter the location. The sound was very good and voices easily heard over the pit which was below stage. Parking right across the street was easy and typical pricing $$$. Only thing which is...More
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It all depends on your preferences and your resources. I just checked seatgeek for Saturday’s performance (9/29) and they have e-tickets in row O (3rd row from the back center of orchestra) for $234 and front mezzanine right... More
It all depends on your preferences and your resources. I just checked seatgeek for Saturday’s performance (9/29) and they have e-tickets in row O (3rd row from the back center of orchestra) for $234 and front mezzanine right in row D for $240.
Obviously, it’s a lot easier to find single seats so you have more options. Have you also considered the Playbill site and checked out lottery tickets or Standing Room Only (SRO)? For Waitress, lottery is $40 and SRO is $32.
My family of four paid $99 for each orchestra left row M for the 12JUN2018 show. After the show, Jason Miraz hosted a karaoke show; get up on stage if you enjoy the songs and want to claim that you sang on Broadway! (I think I may have included viewpoints from orchestra left and mezzanine in my review of Waitress.)
To sum it up, it’s all on your preference; sit up in mezzanine and get a downward view of the stage, or sit in the back Orchestra for about the same cost. The theatre is small enough that you’ll enjoy the acoustics either way!
We went to the tickets broker in Times Square the morning of the show and bought tickets. We had a list of shows to see and went with what was available. If you have your heart set on a show the only way to guarantee... More
We went to the tickets broker in Times Square the morning of the show and bought tickets. We had a list of shows to see and went with what was available. If you have your heart set on a show the only way to guarantee tickets are to buy ahead of time