How was your experience?
Their interpretation of "Front Balcony and Mid Balcony" are very different than what you would anticipate if yoiu are a native speaker of the English language instead of the weird theatre/marketing speak. I was always seated in the back five rows of the theatre. After three shows in the back I called to see what was up and the agent explained that this is the next to last worst seating group. The last (worst) group "Balcony Club" is the back three rows. Beware - it is very difficult to find a worse seat that you will be getting in the "Lower Balcony" designation. I feel like this is a classic case of "bait and switch". I won't be fooled again.