• Climate Control: temperature and humidity are regulated by a heating and cooling system.
  • Dance Floor: an area of uncarpeted floor reserved for dancing.
  • Dressing Room(s): rooms containing clothes rails and mirrors (often surrounded with lights) in which actors change into their costumes and apply make-up.
  • Exhibition Walls: walls available for the display of works of art.
  • Fly Space: extension of the stage walls up to allow scenery to be flown up until it is out of sight of the audience.
  • Green Room: a room in which performers can relax when they are not performing.
  • Light System / Track Lighting: the apparatus for supplying artificial light effects, allowing variable positioning.
  • Loading Dock: allows access into the theater for scenery and other equipment through a loading dock on the same level as the stage.
  • Movie Screen/Projection Capabilities: may include screen and/or film/video projection equipment.
  • Orchestra Pit: a sunken area between the front of the stage and the audience, often housing the orchestra.
  • Piano: piano available for use.
  • Restaurant / Catering: food service available.
  • Security: private guard(s) available.
  • Sound System: the venue's sound system, suitable for playing back recorded music and/or people talking into microphones.
  • WiFi: a wireless local area network that allows devices to connect to the Internet.