Stephen Sondheim Theatre Interactive Seating Chart for & Juliet

What if Juliet didn’t die? That’s what this popular Broadway, & Juliet is all about. A spin-off of the classic Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet, & Juliet is a modern coming-of-age story set to the music of Swedish pop songwriter Max Martin and based on the book by David West Read. The musical if finally coming to Broadway after being a success on London’s West End.

In this blog, we provide all you need to get & Juliet tickets. But, we specifically focus on how to find the best seats at Stephen Sondheim Theatre and include a Stephen Sondheim Theatre seating chart. Therefore, keep reading for all things so you can see the pop musical & Juliet.

& Juliet Seating Chart

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& Juliet Ticket Options

Formerly Henry Miller’s Theatre, Stephen Sondheim Theatre has a capacity of 1,055 people making it a slightly bigger Broadway venue. When deciding on seats you have the option of choosing Orchestra or Mezzanine. In these sections there are Left, Center, and Right options. The Center will always provide the most direct view of the stage.

Best Seats at Stephen Sondheim Theatre

Orchestra seats are considered the most desirable for a Broadway show. The orchestra rows are close to the stage and provide unobstructed views. New York’s Stephen Sondheim Theatre has six wheelchair-accessible seats in the orchestra, and all levels except for the House Left Box are reachable by elevator.

The mezzanine area also has six wheelchair-accessible seating options. These seating tickets tend to be cheaper than tickets for the orchestra section. This section is farther from the stage than the orchestra, but it still has great visibility. Tickets for a center mezzanine row offer essentially the same experience as orchestra tickets but at a lower price.

Obstructed Seats at & Juliet in Stephen Sondheim Theatre

To avoid obstructed seats, we recommend buying a ticket for the upper middle section of the orchestra. These premium seats have an unobstructed view of the entire stage.

However, if this is the first show you have ever attended on Broadway and you’re nervous about money, try a mezzanine seat instead. When you purchase Broadway musical tickets through a reputable site like TickPick, the seller is obligated to disclose information about your ticket. For example, if the ticket is for a seat with a limited or obstructed view, you are informed before completing your purchase.

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Accessible Seating at Stephen Sondheim Theatre

All levels except the House Left Box are accessible via elevator. Also, there are six transfer seats (Row C seats 11 and 12, Row H Seats 1 and 2, and Row T seats 15 and 16). The official theatre site goes into more detail regarding their accessibility.

How to Get Cheap & Juliet Tickets

TickPick sells cheap & Juliet tickets and also last minute & Juliet tickets. That’s due to the fact that we are a secondary marketplace. Therefore, tickets are slightly pricier than face value, but we are 10% cheaper than our competitors and we have sold out Broadway tickets. We know how annoying it is to head to checkout and see your price bumped up because of fees. That’s where TickPick comes in. We never have fees.

Why You Should Get & Juliet Tickets on TickPick

We never have service fees and sell cheap Broadway tickets, but TickPick also has sold out tickets to almost every live event you’re looking for. Plus, new users get $10 off. Just sign up below. It’s that easy.

We also have a helpful feature at TickPick called Flex. Our Flex Feature lets you track event prices over time and get alerts when the price drops. It’s a great way to track & Juliet prices so you can get the best deal. It’s also easy to use on our app.

And if you have any questions regarding & Juliet tickets, submit a request. We are happy to help you out and pride ourselves on having dedicated customer service.

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