The $1.3 million theater, extensively renovated into an intimate 184-seat theater, was renamed for Santa Rosa businessman G.K. Hardt for the $450K gift from the G.K Hardt Trust in July 2007.
This century-old brick warehouse is located just an hour north of San Francisco in Sonoma County. In 2004, a new partnership reunited the Santa Rosa Players and Actors Theatre under one board of directors. Together they renovated the 107-year-old Del Monte cannery into the 6th Street Playhouse. It opened to sellout crowds in February 2005 with the production of Mame.
The 6th Street Playhouse has received the City of Santa Rosa Award for Cultural Enrichment and the Sonoma County Historical Society Award for Preservation of a Historical Building.
|How To Book||
Fill out request form: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/about-us/rental-rates/.
|Hours Of Operation||-|
|Open to last minute space requests.||-|
|Performance Personnel||Sound technician, Light technician, Ushers|
|Other Allowed Activities||-|
|Space Dimensions||1320.0 sqft|
|Stage Dimensions||30 ft x 44 ft|
|Instruments and Accessories||-|
|Audio Equipment||Sound system, Sound system (24 ch Mackie board / Renkus-Heinz)|
|Studio Arts/Maker Equipment||-|
|Parking||Free garage/lot parking|
|Accessibility||Infrared system/assistive listening|
|Audience Services||Staffed concession, Box office, Lobby|
This space was last updated on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 3:00PM