Topics: Center for Dramatic Art

The Center for Dramatic Art is located at 120 Country Club Road. It is the home of the Paul Green Theatre, which hosts many shows for PlayMakers Repertory Company. The center opened in 1976. 

A 40,000-square-foot addition was added to the center in 1998. 

Modern approach to 'As You Like It' explores love and technology

They say love is electric, but, at times, it's technology that gets in the way of connection. 

That's what Hope Alexander wants to say with her take on Shakespeare’s classic play, “As You Like It.” The play will be performed by the Kenan Theatre Company starting tonight.


Review: ‘Priceless Gem’ rings relevant

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In the wake of UNC athletic scandals and the recent release of Kenneth Wainstein’s report, “Priceless Gem: An Athlete Story” not only captures many ongoing arguments about academics, but manages to give a spirited voice to the students feeling the repercussions.


PlayMakers director Joseph Haj honored

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Joseph Haj is a man who knows how to be versatile.


Versenyi starts as dramatic art chair

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Adam Versenyi arrived at UNC in 1988 for a one-year visiting appointment. Twenty-five years later, he’s now the University’s latest chairman of the department of dramatic art as of January.


LAB! Theatre puts a techno spin on a Greek tragedy

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When he first started working on “The Bacchae,” Chris McMahon wanted his actors to be completely naked.