Ohio Theatre

Ohio Theatre Balcony Seating


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The Balcony section at The Ohio Theatre is located in the back of the inclined upper level, directly behind the Mezzanine section. This section consists of five sections labeled A, B, C, D, and E. Similar to the Mezzanine section, sections A and B seat numbers are even, while sections D and E seat numbers are odd, and section C seat numbers are triple digit numbers that increase by one. These seats are typically the cheapest tickets at The Ohio Theatre.

Access to the Balcony requires multiple sets of stairs. Elderly people and those with ambulatory issues are encouraged to seek seats on one of the lower levels. If you have your mind made up on the Balcony, do your best to avoid rows U or higher. These seats require an extra set of stairs (without a railing) to reach your seat.

Overall, the Balcony provides some of the best ticket deals at The Ohio Theatre. Just be sure to temper your expectations if you are purchasing tickets in one of the highest rows of the balcony.   - RateYourSeats.com

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