Seats marked with the wheelchair symbol are only for patrons who require them. Starred seats in the Orchestra are reserved for those accompanying a patron in a wheelchair. If you purchase wheelchair or companion seating, and you do not require them, the house manager will need to move you prior to curtain.
Balcony Seating is Considerably Narrower
With the exception of the first row, grand tier balcony seats are narrower and offer less leg room than orchestra seating. These seats are most comfortable for people 5’ 4” and below. Some people who are up to 5’ 7” or 5’ 8” might be fine if they are of smaller frame.