You cannot get more beautiful interior painting and stonework than in the Wang and the other nearby theaters. It's like being brought back into another time when you walk in and look up toward the ceiling. With that, of course, that means that the building is a bit dated for modern times... small bathrooms with limited accessibility, and not a lot of room to stretch your legs in your seats. The seat that I recently sat in had duct tape lining the seat and felt very worn in.. it's actually the first time I've seen a show in Boston that left me feeling uncomfortable midway through the show to the point where I almost needed to get up. We were in the 2nd row of the balcony section, and our view of the stage was excellent- I'm not sure how it is higher up in the balcony, but if you're in a low row- you won't be missing anything that people in the mezzanine are paying more to get. In the past, we've sat in the orchestra and mezzanine as well- I'm sure your view will depend on how much of the stage the performance you are seeing uses. I always seem to forget this though, but they also have food and drinks to purchase that you can bring back to your seat.
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