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Rear Mezzanine guide
The Rear Mezzanine is separated from the Front Mezzanine by a horizontal aisle, with entrance to the section in front of row A. It seats 436 patrons across four blocks, with up to 12 rows in each.
Whilst the Rear Mezzanine is the cheapest section in the Majestic Theatre, with patrons sitting farthest from the stage, a good rake ensures views remain relatively clear throughout. The main sightline issues are at the sides of the Left and Right sections, which may be affected by safety railings cutting horizontally across, or the more angled position of seats.
Patrons will find some very good value seats in rows A and B, especially towards the center of the Rear Mezzanine, which offer direct, largely uninhibited sightlines down to the stage. Further back, specific details are less clear, but there are plenty of good value seats for those on a budget. At this distance, the pitch between seats can get a little tighter, with best legroom on the aisles.
Please be aware that whilst there are seven seats with folding armrests in the Rear Mezzanine, the steep rake and steps make it an inadvisable choice for patrons with mobility issues.
Left Rear MezzanineThe Left Rear Mezzanine has 12 rows from A to L, with odd-numbered seats starting at 1 on the inside and extending to 23 at the far end; rows A, B and C are much shorter with just three seats each. The inside of rows A and B offer the most direct, unobstructed views and in double-digit seats towards the far side, sightlines are more angled and safety railings may slightly cut into the stage. The section has a decent rake which helps patrons see clearly, and legroom is best for taller theatergoers on either aisle. The back rows may feel more distant, but remain mostly clear. Seat prices tend to decrease as they move further to the side or back of the section.
Center Left Rear MezzanineThis section comprises 12 rows from A to L, with seats odd-numbered in the range of 101 to 127 right to left. Rows A and B offer some of the best views in the entire Rear Mezzanine, with direct elevated positions above the stage. These are also the priciest seats in the section. Further back, seats are well raked for a clear look down, but details may be harder to pick out. Legroom can become a bit more cramped at this height, with better space in aisle seats. Prices are highest at the front of the Center Left Rear Mezzanine, with some good value seats a few rows back.
Right Rear MezzanineThe Right Rear Mezzanine has 12 rows from A to L, with even-numbered seats starting at 2 and escalating to 24. Like the Left Rear Mezzanine, rows A, B and C are much shorter with just three seats each. The inside of rows A and B offer the most direct, clean views; in double-digit seats towards the far side, sightlines are more angled and the corner of the stage is obstructed. The section has a good rake which helps patrons see clearly down to the stage, and legroom is best for taller theatergoers on either aisle. The back rows may feel very distant, but sightlines remain mostly unobstructed. Seat prices tend to decrease as they move further to the side or back of the section.
Center Right Rear MezzanineThis section has 12 rows from A to L, with seats even-numbered from 102 to 128 left to right. Rows A and B offer some of the best views from their head-on, elevated position above the stage. These are also the most expensive seats in the section. In the back rows, there is a decent rake for a clear view down, but specific details may be harder to pick out from this distance. Legroom can be somewhat tight, with better space in aisle seats. Prices are highest at the front of the Center Right Rear Mezzanine, with some good value seats a few rows back.
SeatPlan’s best view of the stageRows A and B Center of the Rear Mezzanine offer nicely elevated views of the stage, at a cheaper price than the Front Mezzanine’s premium seats.
Best legroom seatsExtra legroom is available from aisle seats across the Rear Mezzanine.
Tips• The best views are in rows A and B of the Center Rear Mezzanine
• A steep rake offers great sightlines to appreciate the staging in full
• Extra legroom is available in the front row and aisle seats
• Handrails are only available on the far side aisles of this section
PricingPricing across the Rear Mezzanines is amongst the most affordable in the Majestic Theatre, with the most expensive seats in rows A and B towards the middle. Prices decrease towards the back and sides.
The Majestic Theatre’s bars are notoriously pricey. If you’re after a tipple, consider having a drink nearby before the show.
The closest restrooms can be accessed nine steps down from the Rear Mezzanine. These restrooms are not wheelchair accessible.