Strictly speaking, the second tier of seating in a theatre, elevated and protruding over the back rows of orchestra seating. The balcony at the Rep is in fact the third seating sectionâ€”the others are the orchestra and parterreâ€”and gives an outstanding view of the stage. Unlike the balconies in many conventional theatres, the Repâ€™s is still close enough to the stage to provide an intimate experience.
A small outside private space, usually attaching to the main volume of a building, similar to but distinct from a “terrace” (see terrace).
See Amenity Space
An outdoor space that protrudes from a building. Most balconies are private but some are shared between neighbors.
Seats in the theatre that are located on the floor above the mezzanine level. It can also refer to seats that are located in the back rows of the mezzanine, as well. These seats are usually fair-to-good. Because they are further back in the house, they are not always in such high demand and are priced lower than orchestra and mezzanine seats.
An outdoor space that protrudes from a building and is usually enjoyed for the private use of an apartment owner.