I have sat just about everywhere you can imagine in this theater, from the groundling seats, which aren't seats at all, but permission to stand and take in the theater up close, all the way up to the Lord's Box, where you actually sit in the canopy above the stage with the orchestra and, at times, some of the actors.
While it was exciting to be whisked away to the Lord’s box, there is truly only one way to go: standing. The view is authentic, fun, and truly captivating. You are drawn in to the show in a way that is hard to experience anywhere else in the theater. Take advantage of the cheap prices and experience the drama up close--the way it’s meant to be seen.