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


Native Son »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets by Nambi E. Kelleybased on the novel by Richard Wright Directed by Colette Robert When you look in the mirror, what do you see? On Chicago’s South Side in the 1930s, Bigger Thomas struggles to find a place for himself in a world where systemic oppression and poverty make fear and... Read more »

Dairyland »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets by Heidi ArmbrusterDirected by Vivienne Benesch World Premiere Comedy Sometimes you really do put your foot in it Raw from an office romance, stinging from a journalistic rivalry, and exhausted by a never-ending series of baby showers, Allie, a food writer in New York City, never expected to find herself on... Read more »

Ragtime »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets Book by Terrence McNallyLyrics by Lynn AhrensMusic by Stephen Flaherty Directed by Zi Alikhan An era exploding, a century spinning Nominated for thirteen Tony Awards® including Best Musical, this triumphant masterpiece bursts forth with show-stopping splendor and unbridled passion. Prepare to be swept away by the diverse rhythms of the turn... Read more »

Everybody »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets by Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins Directed by Orlando Pabotoy You can’t take just anything with you Hounded by Death, the character of Everybody desperately seeks out everyone and everything they know in hope of finding something meaningful to take to the grave. These 90 minutes of theatrical whimsy revitalize the fifteenth-century morality play... Read more »

Julius Caesar »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets by William Shakespeare Directed by Andrew Borba Winning is easy, governing is harder Shakespeare’s classic play of politics and power hits the stage at PlayMakers for the first time ever. When Julius Caesar’s heroic magnetism threatens to undo four centuries of republican rule in Rome, a small band of patriots conspire... Read more »

Native Gardens »

Subscribe & Save!    Buy Tickets by Karen Zacarías Directed by Patrick Torres A comedy that is anything but neighborly Good fences don’t always make good neighbors, but they do make for great comedy! An upwardly-mobile Latinx couple with a baby on the way couldn’t be more excited about their new home, or their friendly new neighbors.... Read more »