Unless you are sitting on the orchestra level or box seats on the side you are SCREWED.
I'm 5'6 and in the upper decks my knees are pressed solid against the seat in front. If anyone has to leave, consider yourself tea bagged or worse. Then there's the tilt. I have been on roller coasters that had less decline, you have vertigo the whole time. Steps are short and tricky.
Prices are ridiculous. Sound is okay, but don't hope to see anyone on stage without a telescope.
I've been there for graduation and they were dots. I have been there for a comedy show and you got the gist of the actors. When on orchestra level for a play it was fine. Prices change per performance. If you have the money and want to see the act, go Orchestra. If you have any legs try the box seats on the side, if you weigh less than 50 pounds and don't care, sit up in the slant seats. Ushers are really nice, adequate underground parking, but beware of those awful upper deck seats. DISABLED beware. Overweight beware.