Take Me Out originally hit the stage Off-Broadway on September 5, 2022. The play written by American playwright Richard Greenberg eventually went on to win a Tony for “Best Play Revival.” Now, years later, it’s headed to Broadway once more for 14 weeks only. This version of Take Me Out stars Tony Nominee and Grey’s Anatomy star Jesse Williams along with Tony Award Winner and Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The plot centers around a fictional Major League Baseball team called the Empires as one player comes out as gay.
In this blog, we detail everything you need to know to get Take Me Out tickets. However, we specifically focus on how to find the best seats at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, formerly known as The Plymouth, and include an intricate Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre seating chart. Therefore, keep reading for all things Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre so you can watch Take Me Out.
- 1 Take Me Out Seating Chart
- 2 Take Me Out Ticket Options
- 3 Obstructed Seats at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
- 4 Accessible Seating at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
- 5 How to Get Cheap Take Me Out Tickets
- 6 Why You Should Get Take Me Out Tickets on TickPick
- 7 Get Take Me Out Tickets
Take Me Out Seating Chart
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Take Me Out Ticket Options
The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre is a sizable Broadway theatre owned by the Shubert Organization. It has 1027 seats, most of which are in the orchestra section on the floor level. There are also 383 seats on the mezzanine level and three box seats which offer a more private, roomy viewing experience. Boxes are usually a VIP experience when it comes to Broadway shows and therefore tends to be the most expensive Broadway ticket option.
Best Seats at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
The best seats in Schoenfeld Theater are the middle seats (105-110) of the front couple of rows (AA-B). Within this orchestra section, row B, the third row from the stage, is the best distance from the stage.
There are some other great seats at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre with less of a price tag on them. Rows K to P in Orchestra and middle mezzanine seats (rows E to G) offer pretty great views. The front mezzanine rows A to D are also pretty great seats.
Obstructed Seats at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
There are a few weak spots in the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre seating chart. Sitting too close, for instance, to the front row of the orchestra section can have a skewed view of the stage. Orchestra seats beneath the mezzanine might have obstructed views from the overhang of the box seats or the mezzanine itself. Seats at the far right or far left of the row have slightly blocked views of the corners of the stage during the performance. The upside is that the obstruction impacts the ticket price, so it might be a good idea to take a chance on these theater tickets if you’re on a tight budget when visiting New York.
Accessible Seating at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Thankfully, Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre is step-free from 236 West 45th Street. Also, there is accessible seating in the Orchestra.
How to Get Cheap Take Me Out Tickets
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Why You Should Get Take Me Out Tickets on TickPick
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