Berkeley Rep opens its doors to organizations and individuals from the community for a wide range of events. Various facilities and spaces are available throughout the year to accommodate events of all sizes and types, and non-profit rates are available for qualifying community organizations.
The state-of-the-art Roda Theatre or intimate Peet’s Theatre are ideal sites for performances, presentations, meetings, or lectures. Berkeley Rep’s lobbies and beautiful outdoor courtyard provide the perfect setting for receptions, parties, or corporate entertaining. There are also a number of rooms suitable for more intimate gatherings such as small parties, meetings, rehearsals, or presentations. If you’re looking for a distinctive venue for your next event, Berkeley Rep has a space for you!
Under the terms of an agreement governing the relationship between Berkeley Repertory Theatre and the City of Berkeley, Berkeley Rep has agreed to make up to 320 hours of space within its facilities available for rentals to the public.
Berkeley-based organizations and businesses will get first priority in the following order:
- Not-for-profit arts organizations
- For-profit arts organizations
- Other not-for-profit organizations
- Educational or governmental entities
- Non-arts-related, for-profit businesses.
For rental rates, space availability, or other information about booking a space for your event at Berkeley Rep, please contact Zoey Russo, associate production manager, at email@example.com or call 510 647–2957.
- Roda Theatre
- Peet’s Theatre
- Mercer-Golden Family Hall
Room Dimensions: 40’ x 40’
Photo by Steve Tanner
(l to r) Ncuti Gatwa and Nandi Bhebhe in 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips
Based on the novel The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo | Adapted by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice | Directed by Emma Rice | Composition by Stu Barker | Set and costume design by Lez Brotherston | Lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth | Sound design by Simon Baker | Puppet direction by Sarah Wright | Music direction by Pat Moran | Choreography by Emma Rice and Etta Murfitt