Are you the type of person who would pay more to sit at a front seat for a play?
I would be comfortable to sit anywhere I would be able to see clearly. I have not been to one in a long time, and in the past, I never had to pay for them myself so I have really no idea about the difference in ticket prices.
If someone were to take me to a play, it does not matter where we sit. I would be grateful, regardless.
I would not pay to sit in the front row, orchestra. But, I do enjoy sitting in the first or second row of any balcony. I personally think those seats are the best and reasonably priced relatively to the floor level seats.
Depends what I'm going to see and what the layout of the theatre is. I hate going to the theatre and having a seat with a restricted view so I would shell out if it was something I was really excited to see and was in a theatre that had a lot of restricted seating. If it was an amphitheater layout then I'd take a seat wherever.
I think that it is a matter of one's finances if they choose to get a front seat at a play. Also some people prefer to sit away from the front for their own reasons. So by and large, sitting at the front seat for a play is depends on if one is willing to pay the extra money and also if they want to be right up on the actors.
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