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Here are some of the most famous theatres in history and how the seating is arranged. Generally theatres has been benches or chairs in rows facing the same way. Here are:


The Comedie-Francaise in Paris

The Burgtheater in Vienna

The Semperoper in Dresden

The Royal Opera House in London

The Teatro La Fenice in Venice

The Metropolitan Opera in New York


The seating arrangements in theatre rooms, while often considered essential for optimal viewing, are also a source of frustration and discomfort for many attendees. Despite the variations in size and architectural style, the similarities in seating arrangements across theatre venues can contribute to a lack of individual comfort and hinder the overall experience.