Theater Information/Specifications

Rental Rates

 

Fee Description

General  

Non-Profit

Community

January – October

 

Sunday - Thursday

$400

$300

$150

 

Friday - Saturday

$450

$350

$200

 

Each additional hour

$50

$50

$50

 

Deposit

$500

$500

$500

November –December

 

Sunday – Thursday

$450

$350

$175

 

Friday – Saturday

$500

$400

$225

 

Each additional hour

$50

$50

$50

 

Deposit

$500

$500

$500

Additional Service and Fees

 

Set up

$50

Setup tables and chairs for events

Basic A/V System

Included

On-site basic lighting and sound

Advanced A/V System

$50/ hour

Included attendant to operate equipment

Facility use fees are organized into 3 categories: General, Non-profit, and Community.  All rates are based upon 4 hours of continuous use, which is the minimum rental.  Additional hours are charged separately based on and rounded up to a full 1 hour of usage.  Full payment of all fees is due 1 month prior to the Event date, or at the time of application if the Event is less than 1 month away. 


Holidays


Facility is closed and generally unavailable for rental on the following holidays:  

  • New Year’s Day
  • Independence Day
  • President’s Day
  • Labor Day
  • Easter
  • Thanksgiving
  • Memorial Day
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day

Permitted Uses


The Facility is a multipurpose theater and events center that can accommodate receptions, celebrations, meetings, concerts, performances, art shows, auctions, etc.


ADA Compliance


The main floor of the Ute Theater is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA).  This includes the main lobby, restrooms, concessions area, theater seating space and the stage (ramp from seating area to the stage).  Also available upon request are assistive listening devises for the hearing impaired.


Definitions


General Events


General events are private events, public events, or for profit events.

Non-Profit Events


There are a number of different types of operations that are classified as non-profit organizations, including charities, service organizations, religious organizations, trade unions, and etc.

A non-profit may be structured in several different ways, but the focus of a not for profit entity is to provide services to 1 or more sectors of the populace, rather than to generate wealth. A Non-Profit organization must provide a copy of their 501 C 3 with the Facility Use Application.

Community Events


Community Events must be free and open to the public.

Technical Specifications


Audience Entrance


The front entry to the building is located along East 4th Street. This entry is ADA compliant.

Seating Capacity


The audience viewing capacity will depend on the chosen seating arrangement for each event. The seating capacity can range between 200 - 300 patrons. The Ute Theater has available (12) 24” diameter bistro tables, (24) 72” diameter banquet tables, or (6) 6’ rectangular tables to arrange seating around. There are also plenty of chairs to fill the seating area if there is no need for tables. The seating space is open and flexible, there are no fixed seating arrangements.

Dressing Rooms


The Ute Theater is equipped with 2 dressing rooms, a green room and a restroom in the lower level located in the back of the facility (directly below the stage). Access to and from this space is directly behind the stage. Access to this space is only by stair - there is no ADA access.

Stage



Ute Opening 4.JPG
The stage has a fixed opening and does not have a proscenium.

Stage
  • Fixed Opening, No Proscenium: Approximately 34’-0”W x 15’6”H
  • Stage Depth: Front of Apron to Back Wall 25’-0”
  • Height Floor to Underside Grid: Approximately 21’-6”
  • Floor: Semi-sprung Floor with 2 Layers ¾” Plywood and 1 Layer Hardboard Painted Black.
Stage Drapes
  • Drapery System (dead hung)
  • Grand Valance, Grand Drape - plum
  • 3 Borders, Leg Set, Side Masking Drapes, Upstage Traveler, Cyclorama on Track
Stage Entrance
The back of the theater runs along an alley way that provides direct access to the back of the stage. A large 8’ wide door will provide access directly to the back of the stage for loading of equipment and stage sets into the facility

Audio Visual Specifications
Audio
  • Mixing Console: Roland M-480, 40 Input Console (32 Channels at Stage)
  • Main Loudspeakers (L-C-R): JBL AM7212/64 (2 Per Cluster, 6 Total)
  • Subwoofers (L-R): JBL ASB6125 (1 Per Side, 2 Total)
  • Stage Monitors: JBL EON515 (2 Total)
  • CD Player: Denon DN-500C
  • 2-Channel Solid State Digital Recorder: DN-500R
  • Microphones: Audio Technica AE-4100 (4), Audio Technica AE-650 (4)
  • Wireless Microphones: Audio Technica 4000 Series with Audio Technica BP-892cW Microphones (4)
  • 2-Channel Intercom System: Clear Com Encore
  • RF Assistive Listening System: Listen Technologies
Audio Visual
  • HD Video Projector: Christie Digital DHD800, 8000 Lumens
  • Motorized Projection Screen: 260” x 146” Da-Lite Professional Electrol with Matte White Surface
  • Video Presentation Switcher: Crestron DMPS-300-C
  • Blu-Ray Player: Denon DBT-3313UDCI
Lighting
  • Dimming System: ETC SR3-48 with (80) Performance Lighting and (16) House Lighting Circuits
  • DMX/RDM Distribution
  • Console ETC: Element 60 - 250 Channel
  • FOH Motorized Lighting Batten: ETC Prodigy P1000-E
  • Performance Lighting Fixtures: (20) Source Four Fresnels, (12) Source Four 19° Ellipsoidals, (4) Source Four 25°-50° Zoom Ellipsoidals, (10) 11” Selador Vivid-R LED Fixtures, and (1) Strong Canto 700 Spotlight
AC Power
  • 100 Amp 3 Phase Company Switch
  • 60 Amp 3 Phase Company Switch
Seating Capacity & Layout Options
The audience viewing capacity will depend on the chosen seating arrangement for each event. The seating capacity can range between 200 - 300 patrons.