If you can get,and afford, a prime seat in the center of the orchestra section you will only have to worry about the old seats that are not comfortable. But on the sides you take a chance of having an obstructed view of only part of the stage and last night in a balcony section of the theater, they seemed to be unable to prevent the orchestra from drowning out the singers of Les Miz. The Balcony section is freaky steep yet somehow the heads in front of you WILL block your view. The old theater is technically handicapped accessible but not without a lot of hassle. There is a miniature elevator with four levels to serve. Handicapped accessible restrooms are available only on the 3rd and 4th floor and they are the regular ones with long lines...not special ones. If you require handicapped accessible go early and plan on taking awhile to get out at the end. Warner Theater and Kennedy Center are both much better both for accessibility and visibility from all seats.