Ohio Theatre

Ohio Theatre Loge Seating

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The Loge section is located in the front of the inclined level which also includes the Mezzanine and Balcony sections. There are four sections that make up this location: A, B, C, and D. When comparing to the other sections, this Loge section is definitely the smallest with every section being only seven rows.

When it comes to the views, the Loge sections offer some of the best in the entire theater. With these seats at the front of upper level, the sections are the perfect height and distance from the stage to take in everything from the performance. Additionally, there are very few obstructions within the sections. Looking at the stage, only furthest left in section D and furthest right in section A does one encounter slight cutoff of the stage edge closest to the viewer. The tier between rows is significant enough that you do not need to worry about tall individuals impeding your view.

There is only one way to come in and out of the Loge section, and that is via an aisle way located directly behind the Loge section. To access this aisle way, you must ascend one of two staircases located to the left and right of the main lobby when walking into the theater. While the Loge section requires the least number of stairs of the entire upper level, theater-goers who have a hard time with steps should be cautious before purchasing tickets for this section. There are restrooms and a bar located on this level making it a quick stop during intermission.

Lastly, this is the only section in the Ohio Theatre that offers extra padded seats. The seats in this section are more padded, wider, and offer a taller back for shoulder support. Certainly a worthwhile addition if you find the smaller standard seats in a historic theater such as this uncomfortable.   - RateYourSeats.com

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