The Walter Kerr Theatre

Row 1

Details
219 W 48th St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 239-6200

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  • Definitely catch Elaine Stritch and Bernadette Peters in Night Music.
  • It is impossible not to have a great time at this hilarious, smart and sexy new musical! Give it up for Lysistrata Jones!
  • It's a great space, but even as someone who usually gets the cheap seats in the mezzanine I can't recommend the balcony level.
  • A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
  • Tip your usher they appreciate it.
  • Lovely theatre but seats are extremely small. I will have to keep it in mind and order an aisle seat in the future.
  • On the smaller side with a pretty steep mezzanine. Every seat is good.
  • The mezzanine seating here is the best view of the stage.
  • There's just barely enough room for a small bag at your feet, but if you have a bulky coat prepare to be cramped in the incredibly narrow seats.
  • A Gentlemans Guide to love & murder: go see it. Great play, great laugh, enjoyed every Minute of it.
  • There is absolutely no leg room in the mezzanine :(
  • Increible! No se la deben perder una belleza!
  • Seeing Clybourne Park!
  • Lysistrata Jones was excellent last night, very youthful, cast extremely energetic/attractive, running/jumping around, great music/lyrics/dancing, Patti Murin is a stand out & future star, great voice
  • House of Blue Leaves is phenomenal!
  • Center mezz fab view. Bernadette peters is why musical theatre exists. Shes achingly heartbreaking and intuitively funny, witty spot on timing. Brilliant!
  • Walter Kerr has a two row balcony which has a partially blocked sightline for the far-downstage area (unless you are tall or can lean forward without interfering with someone else's sightline)
  • A Little Night Music best seen from the mezzanine than the orchestra area.
  • The play and actors
  • Gender neutral bathrooms!