BARDAVON THEATER FACILITY RENTALS
Thank you for showing interest in our facility. The Bardavon is available for rentals to both general and nonprofit organizations on a daily or weekly basis.
Join such companies as The Bowery Presents, Vassar Repertory Dance Theatre, New Paltz Ballet Theatre, The County of Dutchess, Marist College, Culinary Institute of America and Johnson Communications which utilize the Bardavon for a variety of performances, meetings and special events.
The Theater Facility Rental Fee Schedule includes the following information:
* Daily rental fees
* Weekly rental fees
* Facility overtime and additional day fees
* Supervisory services and additional personnel fees
* Box office service
* Technical equipment fees
* Bardavon Wurlitzer Theater Organ availability
* Merchandise vending requirements
* ASCAP, BMI and SESAC music licensing fees
* Membership/Information booth requirements
* Certificate of Liability Insurance requirements
* Access to administrative offices/additional dressing room space
For rental information at the Bardavon or UPAC, please contact Ila Carnes, UPAC General Manager, E-mail Ila, (845) 331-1613.
The Bardavon technical specifications and inventory list is available upon request. For Technical information, please contact Zack Jacobs, Technical/Lighting Director, email Zack or call (845) 473-5288 ext.172.
RENTAL DISCLAIMER:The Bardavon is a community-based organization that presents a wide range of quality programming for all to enjoy. Our two historic theaters are also available to the public to rent, regardless of the leasing group’s religious or political beliefs.
Our board of directors and management do not share or promote the religious or political beliefs of any one performer we present or group to whom we rent. Rather, we respect and uphold the American right to Freedom of Speech for every member of the community we serve. At the same time, the safety of our patrons, performers, and the public are of utmost concern to us. Therefore, our management reserves the right to decline some rental requests if we anticipate they may jeopardize that safety.
The Bardavon has always been a place where divergent views can be heard on its stages, from the eras of Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde and women’s suffrage – all very polarizing and controversial in their day – to Bill Maher and Joan Rivers today. When contentious liberal OR conservative material is presented, we often hear from citizens who oppose the subject matter at hand. We honor those individuals’ right to express their opinions.
The Bardavon and UPAC belong to all of the people of the Hudson Valley. It is our responsibility to serve and keep our doors open to the entire community.
© 2015 Bardavon/UPAC
Last modified: 2015-10-23 19:13:56