Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Theater, Performing Arts
- The mezzanine, which is only a few rows deep, gives you a great perspective of the whole stage.
- Two things to know: 1. Don't get seats anywhere in first five rows unless you want to watch feet for entire performance 2. Roundabout theatre draws the geriatric set
- The disappearance of Tom Durnin
- Wonderful production of Stoppard's 'Indian Ink'...
- Not a bad seat in this house.
- not a bad seat in the house-in either theatre
- One of the best intimate theaters in Manhattan - not a bad seat.
- Intimate theater. Not a bad seat in the house. Saw The Last Match and enjoyed it.
- Great theater and acoustics.
- Nice small theater
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- Great intimate theatre.
- Small cozy theatre. Saw "Significant Other" a play about a gay and his female friends but too stereotypical
- This is my favorite of the roundabout theaters the seats are so comfortable
- Bad Jews was awesome! #TeamDaphna
- The front orch sect is VERY poorly raked here, good chance you'll have an obstructed view if the person in front of you is of more than average height. Sit in the mezzanine. Good sight lines there.
- Lounge let's you pre-order refreshments for intermission. Interesting idea.
- saw The Language Archive - not great, but nice play and performance.
- Might be the only place where the mezzanine > the orchestra section. Hard to see over a particularly tall head in front of you. Trust me, I was there. I watched the back of a head for 90 minutes.