The Orpheum is opulent and beautiful. As with many theatres, the seating is crowded. I am perhaps peculiar in this but when I decide
to pay high ticket prices, I will only sit I the very best seats. At the Orpheum, this means I will only go back seven rows on the main floor and the first row of the Grand Tier. I sat on the far side of row thirteen once and a man chose to hold his child on his lap meaning that there were two heads in front of me. The child had been perfectly happy in her own seat, but this experience told me I'd ratherstay home than contend with not be able to enjoy the performance.
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