Thank you, Lolly, for posting that link. I took the tour and found it most fascinating. I was interested not only in the "new" parts of the House, but in how the "old" parts had been altered - eg. the stairs into the stalls of the main auditorium now face a different way than formerly. When I was an usherette in the stalls, we were permitted to stand on those steps to watch the show. As they faced toward the rear of the auditorium and ended in front of Row F, by standing with one's back to the wall of the stalls circle, one had a fabulous, and very close, view of the stage without in any way obstructing the view of those in the seats in Row F.