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chrishuyen

chrishuyen has shared 12 photos from 11 venues.

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Event Type: alltheater
  • Ahmanson Theatre, section: Orch, row: X, seat: 47
    Come From Away
  • Westside Theatre, section: Orch, row: E, seat: 106
    The Other Josh Cohen
  • Kirk Douglas Theatre, section: Main, row: K, seat: 115
  • Ahmanson Theatre, section: Balcony, row: Box, seat: B
    Dear Evan Hansen
    Partial view, though we didn't miss any of the action happening. It just made it hard to see some of the projections in the set and we couldn't see some of the facial expressions from the angle. Not a bad view for lottery seats though.
  • Nederlander Theatre, section: Orchestra, row: A, seat: 3
    Pretty Woman
    The stage is very high, almost taller than my head, so there's a lot of time spent looking up, but the actors come very close to the edge of the stage so it's easy to see expressions.
  • Hudson Theatre, section: Orchestra, row: F, seat: 121
    Head Over Heels
    Great seat! A little off to the side but you don't miss anything and it's very close!
  • Laura Pels Theatre, section: Orchestra, row: H, seat: 102
    Skintight
    Fantastic view, could see everything and everyone clearly.
  • Lyric Theatre, section: Balcony Right Box, row: A, seat: 4
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great view, especially for the price. We were able to see facial expressions of the actors and being on the side didn't detract at all from the stage magic. Very little that we couldn't see, just the initial moments of someone entering from stage left.
  • Shubert Theatre, section: MEZZ, row: J, seat: 19
    Hello, Dolly!
    The balcony overhang is very low and blocks the top of the view, but besides the sets there was only about a minute of action that happened that couldn't be seen.
  • Imperial Theatre, section: Orch, row: AA, seat: 3
    Carousel
    Great view, the stage isn't too high so I didn't feel like I was always looking up. It was great to see the performers close up though some of the ensemble dance numbers might be better farther away
  • Lyceum Theatre (Broadway), section: MEZZ, row: H, seat: 2
    The Play That Goes Wrong
    Great view, we could see all the actor's faces clearly, and it gave us a great overview of all the hijinks during the play
  • New Amsterdam Theatre, section: Box 8, row: A
    Aladdin
    Seats were marked partial view but we could see about 85% of the stage and didn't miss anything important