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ORCHESTRA 'Orchestra' of 'floor' refers to the main seating area that begins below, or at the same level as the stage and rises gradually back through the auditorium. The center front section is normally considered the premium seating area. Rows are ordered alphabetically from the front. Broadway houses have odd seat numbers to the left, even numbers to the right, and 100 series numbers in the center section. (Seat numbers K7 and K9, are seated next to each other for example). The mezzanine levels normally overhang the Orchestra section from about row L backwards.
MEZZANINE The Mezzanine section refers to the first tier of seating above the Orchestra section. The front section of the Mezzanine is usually considered as premium seating with un restricted views of the stage. Rows rise more steeply than in the orchestra to enable good sight lines from all rows.
BALCONY The Balcony refers to the highest of the seating tiers and is normally the steepest and the furthest from the stage.
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