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Playmakers Rep has two theatres - a mainstage and and an experimental theatre - to give audiences a range of choices from established classics to new playwrights. Most cast members are from the UNC Theatre Dept., although Equity actors often appear as well. Tickets are...More
As a subscriber, I enjoy the ambiance of this theater. There isn't a bad seat in the whole place. One can see and hear quite well from just about anywhere. I look forward to attending whatever the company chooses to produce here. Prices are very...More
The historic Playmakers theater was the venue for the Southern Culture on the Skids concert after the UNC Libraries' opening of the exhibit, Lard Have Mercy, which focused on the 30-years-together band, within their Southern History Collection. We have normally seen SCOTS at the Cat's...More
The layout of the theater seats is simply above average - no matter where you sit, you have a great view of the stage. This is not often t he case. The plays we have seen have always been very good and we look forward...More
All the seats are excellent and thus you have an excellent view of the stage. We saw The Imaginary Invalid and enjoyed the play although would have preferred a more "Moliere" interpretation. Playmakers should have matinees during at least once during the week.
Paul Green is a small but lovely facility in UNC's drama school. There are no bad seats in the auditorium. The theater manages to obtain some excellent talent each season, including some members of the UNC drama faculty.
The theater puts on a half dozen...More
We love the Paul Green Theater. It's a marvel of disguise - first a ship, then a 1950s house, then a Shakespearean forest. Amazingly good performances, but I especially appreciate the set design and costumes. Always a treat. Season ticket holders for years and year!...More