The Longmont Theater is available for rental on a first-come, first-serve basis, when the theater is not already in use for our stage productions.

You could hold any of these events at our facilities

  • Your own theatrical production
  • Recitals and talent shows
  • Weddings and receptions
  • Company meetings
  • Sales presentations
  • ... and more!

Tenants must provide proof of liability insurance.

Please review the features and cost structure below, and contact the theater at 303-772-5200 to make arrangements.

Theater Features

  • Seating for almost 300 patrons
  • A stage of 1139 square feet
  • Two stage thrusts, left and right, of 100 square feet each
  • Professional lighting and sound systems, including robotic lamps and spotlights
  • Dressing room facilities
  • Backstage space (limited)
  • A dock, accessible from the street, for loading and set construction

Cost Structure

For Non-profit organizations...
DurationFree admissionAdmission or donations
Half-day (up to 6 hours)$400$350 plus 5% of gate, with a minimum of $400
Full-day (7 to 14 hours)$600$500 plus 5% of gate, with a minimum of $600
For Other organizations (without non-profit status)...
DurationFree admissionAdmission or donations
Half-day (up to 6 hours)$600$500 plus 10% of gate, with a minimum of $600
Full-day (7 to 14 hours)$900$750 plus 10% of gate, with a minimum of $900

Additional Charges

Additional Charges...
LTC Representative Must be present while enant is present in facilities. Representative answers questions, deals with issues as they arise. Required with each rental. Can double as the technical manager. $12.50 / hour
Marque Display The event is advertised on the theater's marquee. Free for the 24 hours before the event.
$20/day for each additional day, subject to constraints of other events.
House staff LTC can provide three staff to manage the house. They will manage the concession stand, monitor the auditorium doors, and hand out programs or other materials provided by the event. $12.50 / hour / person
Light / sound / stage technicians Optional, but the tenant may only operate the house lights and standard work lights without the technicians.If technicians are used, a technical manager is required. $12.50/hour/person while working for the tenant.

If Tenant requires any additional lighting or special sound system use, it must hire Landlord's technicians to set up and operate the required systems. The sound technician and lightning technician can be one person, if the technical requirements can be easily handled by one person. The Landlord retains the final right to determine the technical demands of the Tenant's production for purposes of allocating costs under this provision.

Concession stand The Landlord may run the concession stand during the event, and retain all profits. The tenant may sell additional items, approved by the Landlord, but must provide their own cash box and accounting.

Terms and conditions

A half-day is a continuous six-hour period. Over six and up to 14 hours is a full day. Over 14 hours becomes additional half-day or full-day periods. Load-in and load-out time are included in that period.

LTC will provide a technical staff to run sound and lights, manage the facility, and ensure a safe production is mounted. This staff is mandatory for all rental events, even if the event provides their own light or sound staff.

Rental provides reasonable access to stage, back stage, and dressing area, as well as dock and back-doors for load in and load-out.

Rental allows use of stage, auditorium, lobby, back stage, and dressing area during the event. The room above the dock, and the board room area, are not included.

Light and sound are provided at default settings. No lights or sound equipment in the theater may be changed. Additional light or sound equipment may be provided by the event, but it must remain physically independent of the LTC equipment. No cross-connections are permitted.

If the event wishes special lighting cues programmed into the board, they must provide the cues, and pay for the programming and set-up time.

The event will provide house managers, ushers, and ticket staff as needed, or may contract with LTC to provide them.

The marquee will be updated the night before the event, and kept in place during the event. Additional lead time can be purchased.

The landlord may run the concession stand during the event, and retain all profits. The event may negotiate to sell their own merchandise (providing it does not conflict with LTC merchandise), but must provide staff and financial arrangements to do so. No alcohol or other controlled substances may be sold.

If the event is charging admission, the event will notify LTC of the admission price at time of contract. Before the event is complete, the event will provide LTC a report of the tickets sold and the take. If there are mulitple performances, the event will provide the report before the end of each performance.

If the event plans to accept donations by cash, goods, silent auctions, etc., the event will notify LTC of these plans at time of contract. The event will inform LTC of the total value of the donations as soon after the event as possible, but no later than 15 days after the event.

Base rental fees will be paid at time of contract, before the event. The percentage of the admission or donations will be paid within 15 days of the end of the event.

The event may not use any LTC supplies, tools, construction equipment, costumes, paint, or other material goods owned by LTC. The technical staff, may, at their discretion, use tools on behalf of the event, but the event must provide all supplies.