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The interactive Greek Theatre seating chart includes the row numbers for each section (just hover over the section). Note, the 'A' sections begin with row A and end with row T. The 'B' sections begin at row A and end at row W. The 'C' sections begin with row A and end with row W, although there's a small break between rows J and K. The Benches have four rows, going from row A and to D. The Floor section, the Pit is typically General Admission and is first come first serve. However, the tickets will often have a seat printed on the tickets like GA2, or GA3 there's no assigned seats.
The Greek Theatre detailed seating chart above shows the seat numbers for each section. The simple rule of thumb is that the lower the seat number the closer it will always be towards the center of the stage. For example, seat number 2 in the right B section will be on the aisle towards the center of the stage. Note that the seat numbers on the side sections go by even numbers and odd numbers, so the seat next to seat number 2 is seat 4. Note, most rows in the Greek Theatre have 20 to 25 seats each.
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