Rental FAQ


How many people can HUGE Theater hold?

The theater capacity is 100 people.

How much does it cost to rent the theater?

It depends on how long you want it. To rent the theater for up to four hours on a weekday, the fee is $300; up to eight hours on a weekday, $500. On weekends, $600 for three hours, $1000 for eight hours.

What does the rental fee include?

You’ll get to use the entire theater space, including several adjacent rooms and the lobby.

Can I serve alcohol at my event?

Our liquor license includes wine and beer. We can provide a bartender if you’d like to serve alcohol at your event.

Do you serve food?

We don’t serve food, but you’re free to bring in your own catering or order from the many restaurants nearby. Check our Suggested Food and Beverage vendor list for suggestions.

Suggested Vendors

Are there tables available for use? How many?

We have two 6’ tables and three small square tables.

Are there more rooms than just the theater? Can we use them?

The basement, “Play” room, and the green room are available to use with your rental.

Can I use the A/V equipment?

We can provide a technician who will set up any audio/visual elements for you.

Rehearsal Space

How far in advance can I book rehearsal space?

You can book rehearsal space up to four weeks in advance.

Do I need to be in an improv group to use the rehearsal spaces?

No, you don’t! Anyone in the community can book rehearsal space at HUGE.

How much does rehearsal space rental cost?

The Basement room is $10/hour, and the Theater costs $20/hour.

How many people can fit in the rooms?

18 people in the Basement or the Playroom is the max. The theater can hold up to 100 people.

How do I book rehearsal space?

You can book rehearsal space online at

I wasn’t able to book my space online. What should I do?

It may have been too close to the current time: the system won’t let you book too last-minute. You can try calling HUGE, but we can’t guarantee that we’ll have someone at the theater to answer the phone. It’s best to book as early as you can so you’re not stuck without rehearsal space.