There really isn't a bad seat in the house, although there is a steep climb to the "cheap seats." We saw "My Fair Lady" and could hear every word, except when the ladies behind us decided to sing along with the cast. At one point, I had to ask one of them to be quiet, since she was talking about everything other than the theater.
My only complaint is that they allow patrons to drink in their seats, which interferes with the enjoyment of others. We had several 30-ish men climbing over us to get out to the bar, and the singing ladies behind us were a little looped, as we could tell from their conversation we couldn't help overhearing. I wish the management would make drinks stay in the lobby or bar area. Nobody needs to be drinking during the show. They can do that at home, where they can embarrass themselves in private.
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