I'm a size 20 hourglass shape and I just barely fit into my theater seat. Actually, I didn't fit between the arm rests (and I have the bruise to prove it!) But because there weren't any barriers between the seats themselves, my 54' hips did fit in the seat. Unfortunately I was spilling into my seatmate's space and had to move so I was between thin friends and not next to a tall man I didn't know who looked like he was having his own space issues. There's no reason for a show that charged $100 for the cheapest seat to be so inaccessible.
Reviewed by LMon Jun 11 2018
As a size 22/24 person with an hourglass figure, I was in agony seeing a show here. The older seats are narrow and I had to sit down sideways in them and then try to adjust between the armrests. Smaller folks around me also looked like they had a hard time getting comfortable. I’ve often been uncomfortable seeing Broadway shows but this theater was the worst yet as it left me bruised.
I did not see any spots for wheelchairs but didn’t get a good look around. My accessibility information is limited. The seats are quite close together so walking down the aisle to your seat requires balance. The bathrooms are up a flight of stairs. I did nit visit them so I am not sure if they have an elevator or how easy it is to get to.