Our Eugene O’Neill Theatre Seating Chart includes tips on which seats are the best, which are the worst, and ultimately which tickets to buy & not to buy for The Book of Mormon.
Note: The red lines in the orchestra & mezzanine sections shows you which seats are bad seats, i.e. partial or obstructed views. The box seats are listed as a 4 (1 being the best seats) because they are marked as partial view seats, however many people love sitting in the box seats. Rear side mezzanine sections are rated a 4 because they are the furthest seats from the stage and some are marked “restricted legroom”, however, they do provide an unobstructed view.
If the detailed seating chart above was helpful enough and you are ready to buy tickets then you should check out our tickets here on TickPick, we are the only ticket site that does not have hidden fees or “convenience” charges: The Book of Mormon Tickets
A Brief Summary of the Eugene O’Neill Seating Map
If you are looking for cheap tickets to Eugene O’Neill Theater in New York City to see The Book of Mormon you can save money by looking at the tickets that are marked as restricted legroom or partial / obstructed view.
The Side Mezzanine sections (the right and left), have seats in rows J, K & L which are marked as “Restricted Legroom.” These seats are similar to airplane seats, and are typically the cheapest available because of the location and the unknown factor of what restricted legroom is. If you are under 6ft tall you’ll have no problem.
Ticket resellers are required to disclose if their seats are obstructed (at least on TickPick). However, sellers are not required to disclose their seat numbers. If seat numbers are not included I would be very hesitant to buy those tickets.
On the seating chart above the sections that are marked “4″ either have a partial view, obstructed view or limited legroom (the only exception to this will may be the inside aisle seats in the rear mezzanine sections).
Additionally the thin red line throughout the orchestra section and the front mezzanine section (along the sides) shows you which seats in the Eugene O’Neil Theatre have obstructed views.
If you are still having a tough time decide which seats you should buy, then you should read our full Eugene O’Neill seating chart review, The Book of Mormon: What to Know.
Lastly, Telecharge the official seller of tickets for Broadway shows, has created a beta 3d seating chart to show you where your exact seats are. However, I found it rather useless. If you are going to use this link, you will want to use Firefox as your browser (I had problems with Google Chrome and Internet Explorer).
For additional information on show times, ticket prices and other information click here.
Another great blog that we wrote, that is extremely insightful is our guide to getting Discounted Book of Mormon Tickets.
If you still have questions on the Eugene O’neill NY Theatre seating chart let us know your questions in the comments below and we’ll be sure to answer any of your questions.
Eugene O’Neill Theatre
230 W 49th St,
New York, NY 10019