are the box seats near the restrooms? Have the rest rooms been
improved? some reviews say that at intermission the bathroom lines move quickly and play doesn't resume til line is ended, is this accurate??? Are restrooms on the Mezzainine Floor? Can persons with severe knee problems negotiate stairs?
I think it'll be tough for you if you're slow to use the restroom or if you can't negotiate stairs.
I suggest that you ask an usher when you arrive where the restroom for disabled guests is located. Many theatres have separate facilities. That might be your best bet.
I don't think there are any seats next to the rest rooms. They seem to be between the orchestra and mezzanine floors. The lines to the restrooms were very long when I attended but seemed to move quickly. At least the men's line did. My girlfriend said that the women's line moved fairly quickly also. There are many steps, so I guess with a severe knee problem it would depend on how you are able to do steps.
The restrooms are along the stairs between the orchestra level and mezzanine. My problem was I was in the orchestra and that is also where the lines to the gift shop, half-time bar and restrooms met into mass confusion. My complaint was that the staff seemed totally incapable of helping organize/resolve it. I think if you are in a balcony on the mezzanine it might be better access -- but that said, they are long lines a intermission, and I don't believe they alter the break time to reflect the crowd.
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