Orchestra seats cost $100; mezzanine is $75; and balcony, $50.
There is a grand wooden staircase that leads to a mezzanine with seating.
Mrs. Honoria leaned her two round arms on the mezzanine rail, and looked long and earnestly down upon the caucussing lobby throng.
There, on a sort of mezzanine, he had a gorgeous little suite.
Antonia and he were by an odd fatality alone together in that chamber of the mezzanine.
By and by, when she's foot-loose, she wants to see you in the mezzanine.
The mezzanine takes the same position regarding the manipulation of the stage machinery below as does the fly gallery above.
No weapon protruded from the wound, nor was any found on or near her in the mezzanine.
We shall be living in the large house near the spring, on the mezzanine floor.
The mezzanine and upper storey were not completed till the beginning of the 17th century.
1711, "a low story between two tall ones in a building," from French mezzanine (17c.), from Italian mezzanino, from mezzano "middle," from Latin medianus "of the middle," from medius (see medial (adj.)). Sense of "lowest balcony in a theater" first recorded 1927.