Green room is a space or facility for accommodating individuals making public appearances.
Green room may also refer to:
Green Room , one of three state parlors on first floor of White House, residence of American president; used for small receptions since edifice was completed in 1800, it is traditionally decorated in shades of green
Green Room Club, English gentlemen's club in London; primarily for actors, but also for lovers of theatre and arts, it was established by Victorian actor-manager Sir Henry Irving in 1877 and was dissolved in 2000
"Green room negotiations", name given to informal sessions between small groups of countries in World Trade Organization, which commenced shortly after organization's founding in January 1995
Green Room Magazine, Australian show-business weekly, nicknamed "The Tivoli Bible", founded in 1915 by country's top theatrical entrepreneur Hugh D. McIntosh; publication lasted into early 1920s
The Green Room, French somber drama, released in 1978, directed by and starring François Truffaut (his final acting role); based on Henry James' short stories "The Altar of the Dead" and "The Beast of the Jungle"
Green Room Awards, Australian show-business honors, originated in 1982, which recognise excellence in live theatre, cabaret, dance, drama, fringe theatre, musical theatre and opera in Melbourne