Attachment 4: Center for the Performing Arts
The client must sign an agreement and complete any other forms or applications required to comply with the agreement.
Services Offered/Intended Use/Priority Use
The CPA has three spaces available for Rental. Spaces are reserved with the following priority: Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts events, University level events, Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts RSOs, other ISU requests, external requests
Concert Hall – 800 Seat Capacity
Due to the special nature of the CPA Concert Hall floor, it can only host seated concerts and guest lecturers. No other activities (Dances, Weddings, Other performances/ceremonies) are allowed without the approval of the CPA Coordinator.
Theatre – 500 Seat Capacity
Due to the busy production schedule of the School of Theatre and Dance and the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the CPA Theatre is often unavailable for months at a time.
Lobby – 150 Person Standing Capacity
The CPA Lobby may host catered meals (if approved), meetings, and guest lecturers. There is no amplified sound allowed in the Lobby.
The CPA has sole discretion to determine client type based on information at the time of booking. If information changes the CPA also reserves the right to change the client type if information changes. The CPA Rate Sheet shows the charges applied depending on the client type chosen by the CPA Coordinator. Client descriptions and Facility Use Agreements are listed below.
University Department Clients - Must meet the criteria listed below.
A faculty or staff member of Illinois State University must book the event, plan the event, be authorized to incur charges on behalf of the department, and sign the use agreement. The event must be for the benefit of the University, not for personal use. Events for personal use fall under the public or nonprofit client type. Any function that occurs under the sponsorship of any university academic, administrative, athletic department, unit, center or institute and is generally university-funded, and planned primarily for members of the ISU community. Affiliated entities, guests, invitees, and non-affiliated entities may attend these university sponsored events.
Public and Nonprofit
Public is a person or public organization outside of Illinois State University. Nonprofit is a group or entity with a charitable purpose, instead of a profitable one. Proof of non-profit must be provided before any payment is made.
Registered Student Organization that is sponsored by an Illinois State University academic department.
Registered Student Organization that is independent of the University and university departments.