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Originally built in 1927, the Saenger Theatre was designed to reflect a magnificent 15th century Italian courtyard and gardens, with a starlit evening sky ceiling, arched surroundings, statuary, columns and decorative moldings. In January 2012, the...more
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Oct 2018 - We arrived early so we could snap pictures of the amazing restoration work done on this historic theatre. For the production, we got Suite seats rather than Orchester ones & I'm glad we did. We had a little table between pairs of...More
We go to the Saenger three to four times a year and we are always pleased. The inside is just beautiful. They don’t build them like this anymore. Not a bad seat in the house. Great for intimate concerts or Broadway plays. Definitely put it...More
I love the Saenger! Valet parking and lounge for club level ticket holders are two of the best perks. The ceilings all the way to the bathrooms, just stunning. Seats are comfortable. Sound system is impressive. Wonderful selection of shows.
A friend and i got tickets to see Cheap Trick on a whim since we were in NOLA on a long weekend. Very well kept up classic old theater. Great location and ambiance. I'm guessing it would be great for live theater events too.
Of course, the acoustics are excellent. The architectural facades surrounding the theater were intricate and added tremendously to the ambiance of the theater. At my seat toward the rear of the auditorium (row EE), I could hear every soft whispery note of Dianna Krall. The...More
I was attending the Yanni concert. The theater is beautiful. I had to seat myself. Seats were comfy with plenty of leg room. No help from ushers. People with cell phones were annoying. Two people in front of me tried to video most of the...More
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Response from Eduman4260 | Reviewed this property |
Ooops. Disregard my previous post. Didn’t realize this was the Saenger in Nola. I was addressing the Pensacola Saenger. In any case, contact the theater direct and ask for ADA seating. They should have some. You... More
Ooops. Disregard my previous post. Didn’t realize this was the Saenger in Nola. I was addressing the Pensacola Saenger. In any case, contact the theater direct and ask for ADA seating. They should have some. You cannot do this through Ticketmaster.
Response from raybyerley | Reviewed this property |
We prepaid for a parking garage across from The Roosevelt hotel a couple blocks south (n toward the river) from the theatre. A few blocks north and east of the theatre the area starts to get a little sketchy.