Located in the Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art on the UNC Chapel Hill campus, the Paul Green Theatre is a 500-seat, thrust stage facility. It was completed in 1976, and renovated in 1996 for more comfortable seating and top-of-the-line rigging.

The cast of PlayMakers Repertory Company's

Seating Chart


ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: Only row A is accessible without the use of stairs.

Paul Green Seating Chart
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Current Season in the Paul Green Theatre


Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood »

By Ken Ludwig Directed by Jessie Austrian Merry men, Maid Marian, and much merriment Original Music by the Red Clay Ramblers’ Jack Herrick Come along for a rip-roaring romp through Sherwood Forest with all the thrills and romance you could ever ask for! Flying arrows, clanging swords, and perilous feats of daring fill this not-so-ye-olde... Read more »

Skeleton Crew »

By Dominique Morisseau directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton Where do you go when the line stops moving? At the start of the Great Recession, one of the last auto stamping plants in Detroit is on shaky ground. The long hours and demanding shifts have turned the line workers into a family, but the stress and strain... Read more »

She Loves Me »

SUNDAY’S PERFORMANCE OF “SHE LOVES ME” HAS BEEN CANCELLED due to the incoming winter weather. Once the University re-opens, our friendly Box Office staff will work hard to exchange your tickets for another show in the season, or give you a full refund, as quickly as possible. Book by Joe MasteroffMusic by Jerry BockLyrics by... Read more »

Jump »

By Charly Evon Simpson directed by Whitney White An unexpected bridge between sorrow and hope This funny, heartbreaking, and surprising new play takes us on a theatrical journey to a place where lights flicker, things fall from the sky, and a sister finds solace on a bridge. PlayMakers is proud to take part in the... Read more »

Life of Galileo »

By Bertolt Brecht Adapted by Joseph Discher Directed by Vivienne Benesch Galileo Galilei: father, hero, heretic. When a chance discovery leads to evidence of a seismic shift in scientific thinking, Galileo sparks a dangerous dispute with authority. To challenge the idea that the earth is the centre of the universe is to challenge the all-powerful... Read more »

How I Learned to Drive »

By Paula Vogel directed by Lee Sunday Evans A survivor’s guide to the rules of the road At once compassionate, heartbreaking, and unexpectedly funny, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play chronicles one woman’s journey to break the cycle—and silence—surrounding her sexual abuse at the hands of a beloved family member. A story of boundaries, personal agency, and... Read more »