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green room

A lounge near the stage of a theater or concert hall where actors or musicians may rest or receive visitors before or after a performance.
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"Well, I've seen you in many costumes in the green room; but I never expected to see you dressed up as an Englishman."
Meanwhile Madame Danglars, veiled and uneasy, awaited the return of Debray in the little green room, seated between two baskets of flowers, which she had that morning sent, and which, it must be confessed, Debray had himself arranged and watered with so much care that his absence was half excused in the eyes of the poor woman.
If Moreau won't engage to do this, then I must put Monsieur de Troisville in the green room, although Monsieur de Troisville would be so very near to me."
I wonder whether those painted floors in the green room were real oak.
The renovations, which occurred on the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th floors of the building, included the green rooms on the stage, cellar green rooms and make up areas, as well as full fire alarm upgrades, telephone and data infrastructure upgrades, and audiovisual and security support.
The husband-and-wife team has transformed an empty shell unit at Wales' largest industrial estate into The Green Rooms - a rehearsal complex and licensed performance lounge for musicians ranging from budding rock stars to accomplished opera singers The business venture, on the Treforest Industrial Estate three miles north of Cardiff, meets demand for combined performance and rehearsal facilities.
The Green Rooms represents an investment of close to six figures and provides four fully equipped, acoustically-treated rehearsal rooms provided with top-range vocal PA and drum kits.
Those taking part are Poppy Red, SoBar, 52 Degrees North, Chi, Sub Lounge, One Ten, Red, Boiler Room, Bar Room Bar, AprAs, Mechu, Chic, Equator, Tarnished Halo, Don Salvo and Green Rooms.
I have been spending a lot of time in "green rooms" lately.
Ohlhausen there extended his project 30 feet underground, adding two floors of dressing rooms, green rooms, and conference spaces throughout the cavern where water once flowed.