Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts is home to the Departments of Theatre, Music, and Dance at UNC Charlotte. Opening in November 2004, the facility is the university's premier performing arts venue and a pre-professional training ground for students. Throughout the academic year, student productions and guest artist performances offer audiences a variety of arts experiences across all three performance disciplines. For a detailed campus map of UNC Charlotte, please visit this link.
The primary performance space within Robinson Hall, the Anne R. Belk Theater, is a proscenium-style stage that houses 340 seats. The theater's orchestra, mezzanine, and box seating offer patrons an environment that is both intimate and elegant.
Additionally, the Black Box Theater can be adapted to accommodate up to 125 patrons for a variety of unique theatre experiences.
In addition to these state-of-the-art performance spaces, the department also has a newly renovated White Box--a classroom and lab theater space in the Rowe Arts Building--dedicated to the development of student works and projects. While serving as a classroom and rehearsal space, the White Box is home to the Robinson Hall Players, a student activities organization, as well as 24/7: The Student 24-hour Play Festival, The Student One-Act Play Festival, and other various student organizations and events in the Shoestring Series.
Robinson Hall also features a 120-seat multimedia lecture classroom, a fully equipped design lab, specialized studios, and shops for dance, design, computing, costuming, and scenic production, in addition to other state-of-the-art classroom and instructional spaces.