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Phantom seating

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by brownies95, May 21, 2012.

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  1. brownies95

    brownies95 Low-Roller

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    For those of you that have seen phantom. How are the seats in the front of the mezzanine? Are they too far away? Any more info you can give me would be appreciated!:thumbsup:

    Tim:peace:
     
  2. Aceman55

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    Just saw it recently. Pretty much any seat in the theater is great. Being in the Mezanine allows you to see the chandalier fall during the performance. Great show but it is definately modified from the Broadway version.
     
  3. GREGRIO

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    Well, I gotta disagree...I enjoy it a lot more closer up.
    The costumes and make up in PHANTOM are great and the
    further back you sit, the more effect you loose.
    You really need to see the actors faces to enjoy the emotion.

    I sit Gold Circle, Rows E,F,G,H.
    Yes...you'll need to turn around at the first of the Show to
    see the chandelier get build and then again just after the
    'theatre company' stages the short bit of the Phantom's play...
    (it happens quick) but after the 'gun shot' you'll hear (off stage)
    the Phantom say..."BRING DOWN THE CHANDELIER"...QUICK, turn
    around and watch it fall. The chandelier is just a small part of
    the Show. Enjoy/see most of it.........from up front.
     
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