Asked by: Egidijus Sandfort
asked in category: General Last Updated: 8th January, 2020

What is a parterre box?

We usually sit down in orchestra for the opera. With a small group (6), decided to try one of the Parterre Boxes (the balcony boxes on the side that makes it feel like we're back in the 1900s). This box cost about the same as orchestra. The Boxes have its only entry level on the mezzanine.

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Similarly, you may ask, what is the parterre section?

noun. Also called parquet circle. the rear section of seats, and sometimes also the side sections, of the main floor of a theater, concert hall, or opera house.

Also, where is the parterre in a Theatre? The word parterre (occasionally, parquet) is sometimes used to refer to a particular subset of this area. In North American usage this is usually the rear seating block beneath the gallery (see below) whereas in Britain it can mean either the area in front near the orchestra pit, or the whole of the stalls.

Similarly, are parterre seats good?

PARTERRE. If you're not a fan of heights and still want the stage at eye level, the Parterre is perfect for you! Graduated seating provides a clear view of the performance, and seats in this section are less expensive than in the Orchestra.

What are Loges in a Theatre?

In a theatre, a box, loge, or opera box is a small, separated seating area in the auditorium or audience for a limited number of people for private viewing of a performance or event.

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