- the space set apart for the audience in a theater, school, or other public building.
- a building for public gatherings; hall.
Origin of auditorium
Examples from the Web for auditorium
Contemporary Examples of auditorium
Your first big splash was in Cape Fear, and that auditorium scene between you and De Niro is beyond creepy to this day.Juliette Lewis on Hollywood, Why the MSM Hates Scientology, and Masturbating to George Clooney
September 19, 2014
A local Dad joked sotto voce to his wife “And afterwards there will be a reception who will be in the auditorium!”The Problem With Weird Al’s ‘Word Crimes’ Video
July 23, 2014
Being a true fan in a convention center, a stadium, an auditorium—that takes dedication, time and money.How ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ and FanFiction Conquered Pop Culture
May 6, 2014
There will be 15 auditorium style classrooms, each with a capacity for 700 students.Italy Plans a Disneyland for Foodies
Barbie Latza Nadeau
March 16, 2014
Yet at my own institute every science program we put on fills up a 3,000-person auditorium with paying members of the public.The New 'Cosmos' Reboot Marks a Promising New Era for Science
Lawrence M. Krauss
March 10, 2014
Historical Examples of auditorium
He was running all over the auditorium testing your voice with one of his gadgets.
The laboratory was on the Northern rim of the field, a ten-minute drive from the auditorium.
In the car, during the ride to the auditorium, he did not speak.
They entered the auditorium and stood for a moment looking about the theatre.
She was leaning on the edge of the box, and looking about the auditorium.
- the area of a concert hall, theatre, school, etc, in which the audience sits
- US and Canadian a building for public gatherings or meetings