There are fifteen seating sections at the Milwaukee Theater. The stage is very wide, and not too high. The orchestra level has five sections laid out in front of the stage. The center section is made up of 22 rows of seats. The sections to the left and right of center are smaller, but still provide a great view of the stage. Sections one and five are far to the right and left of the stage, but still provide a good site line.
Behind the orchestra level, but on the same floor are the mezzanine sections. Similar to the orchestra level, the Milwaukee Theater mezzanine area is comprised of five sections, all being 20 rows deep. Residing above the mezzanine level, you will find the balcony seating. Once again, there are five sections of seats in the balcony, with sections one and five being very narrow. Section three in the balcony is center, and provides theater patrons a great view of the stage. There are three rows of “Lower Box” seats, in an elevated area just along the walls near the stage. Lastly, the upper box seats are just two rows deep, and they reside on the balcony level.
Milwaukee Theater For Broadway Tours
The Milwaukee Theater is a regular stop for Broadway productions, along with Disney events. The venue hosts everything from college graduations, to religious conferences. Musical acts such as Harry Connick Jr., James Taylor, Dolly Parton, and many more have performed in the theater. The setting is a bit more elegant when compared to other venues in the city. That fact is not lost on the patrons who attend the various events that are booked.