$650 per day for Profit
$350 for each additional day
$450 per day for Non-Profit
$250 for each additional day
To schedule a program date or have rental and building questions, please contact Tommy Ledbetter, Building Manager, at (662) 284-7440.
Coliseum Stage Dimensions
Depth to back wall, 22′; Depth to back pipe 18′; Prosenium Width 28′; 24″ corridor behind back curtain; Apron or Thrust 3′ at widest point; Total Number of line sets or fly rods 4, hand operated from cat walk; Wing Space 8′ on N. side and 20′ on S. side; Loading ramp and roll-up service door onto stage from Webster Street behind the theater-no vehicles are allowed on ramp. Fly floor ht. is 40′ and pin rail ht. is approximately 24′.
Coliseum Stage Curtains
Black back curtain. Black legs with pivoting rods to form a cyclorama effect. Three legs on each side.
Front draw curtain is maroon velvet and operated with motorized control (can be hand operated in an emergency). Draw is horizontal.
The outer lobby contains a ticket booth, coat storage area and counter for special sales; a public men’s room, public ladies room, and a drinking fountain. The interior lobby is furnished with a table to hold programs and special event flowers, trash receptacles and a sofa and benches. Both stairways lead from this lobby.
Ground floor main auditorium: 458 fixed seats. 15 folding chairs may be placed in each box seat section.
Mezzanine: 70. Upper Balcony: 250 (Upper rows do not provide the best view)
Coliseum Green Area
One men’s restroom and one ladies’ restroom; alley entry into dressing area, 5 dressing rooms approximately 10 x 12′ in size; Mirrors and clothing hooks with two dressing rooms immediately off-stage with walk in closets including rods and shelves. Rooms have folding chairs, and outlets. The make-up center is furnished with lighted mirrors and stools to accommodate 8 or 10 at a time. There is a double sink with cabinets and drawers below. Hot and cold water are provided.
Coliseum Technical Services
The Coliseum provides a mixer board and microphones, a lecturn, and a computerized light control board for stage lights. All must be operated by our house technician. The building manager may provide more details regarding the equipment if needed. There are two long distance follow spot lights and three fixed spots on the upper balcony ledge. The sound and lights are operated from a tech booth on the mezzanine.
NO SMOKING IS ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING BY ORDER OF THE CORINTH FIRE DEPARTMENT.
NO FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED IN THE AUDITORIUM OR BALCONY AREAS.