Attended the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker 12/20 at 5 pm. Family of three. Sat in the Left Orchestra seats row CC . The slope of the inside of this first tier is not steep enough to garner a view of the stage floor. Simply put - multiple rows of patrons were unable to see the dancers legs and were only able to see short glimpses of the outer perimeters of the stage. Seats feel like you are in the back of the coach section of an airplane. Ushers sit down in the outer two to seats of the back rows thus taking away your opportunity to move around for a chance at a better view. The Fox Theater in Atlanta is far more opulent in its design. Staff were trained well, well spoken and each appeared to be focused on their job. Perhaps there are other places in this theater that have a better view even when the theater is sold out.