Hello, Hubby & I are interested in seeing a show soon... Due to a neck injury, my husband can not look upward for extended periods of time. What seats would be best for us [seats with a slight downward view]?
Further back is probably better for your circumstances...at least halfway. We were in the front row and the stage floor is about eye level when you are seated. My wife even commented about "looking up" ...I didn't really notice it myself. The theater has a good slope to the floor...so there's really not a bad seat in the house.
Anywhere from the back to the middle and he should be comfortable and have a great view!
The seats are slanted downwards just like in a movie theatre so probably if you sit in the middle you will be just fine. Good luck.
There is not a bad seat in the house so I would choose seats in the last 5 rows.
Probably any of the rows in the back half of the theatre. We like row F.
You should be able to access an overview of house seats on the website if you go to purchase ticket information. Otherwise, I'd recommend calling the box office - it's staffed by the actors oftentimes and you can request sitting near the back rows. No bad seat in the house!
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