The Garnier has that on its website too...
Posted 13 January 2014 - 09:20 AM
This is wandering off topic a bit, but I was recently booking seats at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and online they show you the view from each seat (as well as a picture of the seat itself). It's so nice! You can tell if the view is obstructed by a pole or a railing or is too far to the side. I hope more theaters move towards having these pictures online, since it can be very nerve-wracking to get seats in an unfamiliar theater.
But what the ROH doesn't do is show you those views with the curtain open, which makes a world of difference. Fortunately, many venues do offer seat views of the actual stage on their sites, if not from every seat, then at least from enough vantage points to show how much of the stage may be obscured in certain sections of the auditorium.
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