The Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre is a 265-seat, flexible space and home to PlayMakers Repertory Company’s PRC2—an exciting second stage series that brings three powerful works up close and personal each season.

NEW IN AUGUST 2019: In order to allow for flexible seating configurations for more dynamic and exciting scenic design, the Kenan Theatre is now general admission.

PlayMakers Subscribers will be able to skip the line and receive priority seating for every performance. Take in the space and and pick your own “best seat in the house.”

 

Sample Seating Charts


Auditorium Style Seating

ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: Only rows PA and PD are accessible without the use of stairs.
Kenan Seating Chart – auditorium style
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Thrust Style Seating

ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: Only rows PA and PD are accessible without the use of stairs.
Kenan Seating Chart – thrust style
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Alley Style Seating

ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: Only row PA is accessible without the use of stairs.
Kenan Seating Chart – alley style
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Current Season at the Kenan Theatre


Temples of Lung and Air »

Written and performed by Kane Smego Directed by Joseph Megel A hip-hop odyssey through race and identity Poetry, rap, and storytelling join forces in a tale of race, whiteness, language, and Hip Hop as a global community. Writer-performer and UNC graduate Kane Smego draws on his experience as an international touring poet, Hip Hop artist,... Read more »

Bewilderness »

Written & Directed by Zachary Fine COMMUNITY NIGHT In order to make tickets available to theatergoers of all income levels, we lower the price of tickets to $15 General Admission pricing for this performance only. Close

Your Healing Is Killing Me »

Written and Directed by Virginia Grise A performance manifesto When a health system based in capitalism meets a Queer, Chicana body, its full limitations come into sharp focus. The result is a manifesto full of clarity into the revolution that must come in order for our society to truly care for its most vulnerable. AGE... Read more »