Spaces and Venues

Performance Resources

Spaces and Venues

Carol Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities, St. Joseph College

At the University of Saint Joseph, you will explore and expand your potential in a welcoming community that offers personal attention and challenging academic programs to individuals who want to succeed and make a difference in society.

Palace Theater, Waterbury

Webster Hall

The Palace Theater is a 2,570 seat facility with orchestra and mezzanine levels. Additionally, the house can also be divided into three (3) other seating capacities: 635, 1136, and 1856. House Package includes rent, technical inventory, tech director, FOH personnel, building manager, cleaning, and box office use.

Stamford Center for the Arts

The Palace Theatre has been preserved and enhanced to offer the perfect gathering place for extraordinary meetings, special events and once-in-a-lifetime celebrations.

The Palace Theatre offers a variety of unique spaces, at affordable rates, to host an event, off-site training, meeting, party, gala or presentation – in the heart of downtown Stamford.

Studio for Rent

Annie Sailer Studio Space is a beautiful 1,500 square ft. space located on the first floor of collective art space, Erector Square, in New Haven, CT. Featuring 14′ ceilings, hardwood floors, and white walls this versatile space is illuminated by ample natural light and adjustable state-of-the-art track lighting. It is available to rent for dance and theatre rehearsals, performances, photo and video shoots, exhibitions, and other events.

Reach out to anniesailer@gmail.com for pricing and availability.

Studio for Rent

Beautiful studio for rent in West Hartford.  Hourly rates available.  Must have insurance.  Perfect for all types of dance, yoga or fitness classes.   For more information contact lisamatiasdance@gmail.com  

Wesleyan University Center for the Arts

Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts, housed in an eleven-building complex designed by Kevin Roche/John Dinkeloo Architects, opened in the fall of 1973. By juxtaposing several highly flexible buildings, the architecture preserves the individual integrity of each of the arts while at the same time encouraging creative interaction between them. Undergraduate programs are offered in Art & Art History, Dance, Music and Theater, and graduate programs in Music. Performance and exhibition spaces include Crowell Concert Hall, World Music Hall, CFA Hall, CFA Theater, Davison Art Center, and the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery.