One of many Broadway theaters dating back to the early 20th century..
Opened in 1917, this theater was named for the playwright George Broadhurst, whose play "Tarzan of the Apes" was presented here. Some of the performers seen on the Broadhurst stage include Chico Marx, Rosalind Russell, Ingrid Bergman and Chita Rivera. Sightlines are excellent, though it's better to sit further back than at the sides, especially in the mezzanine.
The perfect view.
I saw Chicago here last week. I was really impressed with the view I got from row M or something. The seats are on the perfect angle so everyone in the orchestra has a good view. The rows are tight though, so there's not much legroom. I had to shift to one side or the other. The show sounded perfect though.