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The Old Creamery Theatre's Main Stage features 300 seats in 12 rows: A through M. Row A is the First Row. Row M is the Last Row. Rows A - G feature seats 1 - 27. Rows H - K feature seats 1 - 26. Row L features seats 1 - 15 and Row K features seats 1 - 13 due to the sound and light booth in the back corner of the theatre. Handicapped seating is in front of Row A on either side of the stage. You may notice but we have skipped row "I" when alphabetizing our rows, which is typical for theatres to do, given the possibility of confusion with the letter I and the number 1.
The seating is continental, with plenty of room between each rows. When viewing the photographs below, simply click through the photographs to see how the Main Stage looks from different seats in each row. There are 5 photos per row, depicting what the stage looks like from each aisle, from the center seat, and from seats about a third of the way in from each aisle. Aisle seats are 1 and 27, center seats are 13, and the seats a third of the way in are seats 7 and 20. The exception being Rows L and M, each which feature three photos.