ENTRY FREE'Grand Balcony' is a deluxe brothel. Through the window panes of the balcony, the play unveils the disguises that people wear in life. Madam Irma's Grand Balcony is seen as the castle of miracles, which she runs along with the superior, Police Chief, where the balcony becomes the arena where the visitors dance in their favourite attires. A montage is seen that shows the play's sarcasm on the authorities - a judge who is ready to lick the feet of a criminal, and a Bishop, who is adamant to get out of his golden laces and royal mitre, is seen along with General, who finds his orgasm in being in General's funeral cortege. When the rebellion fills panic in the rooms of the Grand Balcony, the visitors refuse to go out to their homes, thus finding their new homes in the Balcony. Towards the end, Grand Balcony is getting attacked when the Bishop, General, Judge and the Queen are killed in the revolt. In this situation, rebel leader himself is seen fulfilling his wish of life, to be in the attire of the Police Chief. Reaching ecstasy he is seen castrated in Balcony which ends the revolt.In conclusion, the actors are brought up from the rooms by the Chief and he gets the Bishop, Judge, and General risen from the dead. Madam Irma is crowned as the queen and Grand Balcony becomes the citadel as the power is restored. As the lights fade off one by one, Irma and Queen addresses the audience - 'Return to your homes, much more delusions await you there.'