More than a venue, Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts offers a space to challenge preconceptions and present students, faculty, and audiences with new ways of seeing the world in order to stimulate and amplify community dialogue.
The Departments of Dance, Music, and Theatre, as well as esteemed guest artists, are headliners at Robinson Hall. The primary role of our two theaters – the 340-seat, proscenium-style Anne R. Belk Theater and the intimate 100-seat, “black box” Lab Theater – is to support the education of our students in the processes of performing arts production. In the weeks before the performance, the theater space becomes a laboratory as students hang lights, construct sets, work sound, and rehearse, learning how to carry out the remarkable technical operations necessary to stage and produce a show.
Audience Services Manager