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.
ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: Only row A is accessible without the use of stairs.
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Current Season in the Paul Green Theatre
By Bekah Brunstetter Directed by Jeffrey Meanza from the writer of NBC’s “This is Us” With cake so good you could take a nap in it, a surprise lesbian wedding, and a reality show announcer whose narrative style can get a little too personal, this sweet comedy just might make you laugh until you cry.... Read more »
By Kate Hamill based on the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Taibi Magar a gossip-driven comedy of reason and romance Playwright Kate Hamill gives us a fresh, comic take on Jane Austen’s beloved novel. This eminently theatrical adaptation follows two radically different sisters—sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne—in the wake of their father’s death, as... Read more »
By Colman Domingo of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead Directed by Nicole A. Watson a dizzy, dysfunctional family reunion to remember PREMIUM: $57 Now $42.75! SECTON A: $48 Now $36! SECTION B: $35 Now $26.25! Discount cannot be combined with other discounts. Does not apply to Section C, student, or previously purchased tickets. Discount already... Read more »
By Lucas Hnath 2017 Tony-Nominated playwright in rotating repertory with Tartuffe Directed by Preston Lane a big-little play about faith in America Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul’s church was nothing more than a modest storefront, but one day he preaches a sermon that may just turn his congregation of thousands back into a congregation of... Read more »
Adapted by David Ball in rotating repertory with The Christians Directed by Saheem Ali a comedy of religious proportions The man of the house has lost his mind. He has been blinded by the counterfeit zeal of a penniless scoundrel who fully intends to make off with his wife, his livelihood, and probably the kitchen... Read more »
By Mike Wiley Music & lyrics by Laurelyn Dossett Directed by Vivienne Benesch a North Carolina fable for today Acclaimed playwright Mike Wiley returns to PlayMakers with singer-songwriter Laurelyn Dossett to explore, through words and music, the cyclical nature of human behavior. A story of racial tension, immigration, and economic crisis in a small North... Read more »