the
facility

The COPA’s 70,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility will feature a performance hall, as well as spaces for group rehearsal, individual practice, classes, technical training, meetings, performances, offices and shared services. Anticipated opening in 2023.

the facility

The COPA’s 70,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility will feature a performance hall, as well as spaces for group rehearsal, individual practice, classes, technical training, meetings, performances, offices and shared services. Anticipated opening in 2023.

location highlights

• Multi-use event center
• 400-seat proscenium-style theater with orchestra pit
• Large rehearsal halls
• Classrooms
• Individual practice rooms
• Administrative offices
• Broad social spaces with open mic stage
• Storage facilities
• Design and workshop facility
• Large free parking area

naming opportunities

COPA will acknowledge its major donors with naming opportunities in several spaces available for prominence – including theater, wall space, social space, and many others.

Contact us to learn more about naming and major giving opportunities. 

about the space

The building will feature a performance hall with a Proscenium style stage and theater with an orchestra pit and fly loft. The hall will have modular seating for up to 400 people. Behind the scenes, there will be multiple dressing rooms, a green room, and a costume shop.

Resident groups will have access to shared work spaces, a music library, individual practice rooms and lesson spaces. Instrument and equipment storage will be available, and medium and large sized rehearsal spaces will be available for larger groups.

Other parts of the building will include administrative offices, meeting and conference rooms, common areas for the receptionist and lobby, office equipment, a staff break room, as well as a public lounge and atrium area.

COPA exists to help community arts participate and observe, because the arts enrich lives. COPA empowers organizations through its facility and foundation, so they can advance their missions, increase enrollments, and expand access.