I am interested in the drama, if serious, and two or three times every month I should take Eliza to the dress-circle.
In the Boxes and dress-circle are friends and relations of the Author.
He would sit forward in the front row of the dress-circle with his cheek on his hand and his brow slightly knit.
It sounds so odd—anyway, I breathe again when I think that I might have missed a perfect thing by sitting in the dress-circle.
The stalls took care to look suitably contumelious, and the dress-circle were in proper sympathy with the stalls.
He'd feel considerably more comfortable in escorting Gertrude to parties if she ranked higher in the dress-circle.
The dress-circle forgot its reticence and joined in the tumult of applause.
Love in Babylon was to begin at the honourable hour of ten-forty in future, for the benefit of the stalls and the dress-circle.
There was a spatter of insincere applause from the stalls, echoed in the dress-circle.
They turned it into a playhouse, by remodelling its gallery into a dress-circle and balcony and adding another gallery above.