Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts

Coronavirus Update

Due to the need to ensure that our students remain safe during this unprecedented time, all shops, print labs, practice rooms, studios, classrooms, and other related spaces will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

UNC Charlotte has decided to cancel the remainder of the events for the Spring 2020 semester. This was not an easy decision, but a necessary one in protecting the health and well-being of our campus community. 


More than a venue, Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts offers a space to challenge preconceptions and offer students, faculty, and audiences 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 and versatile Black Box 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. Robinson 118 is both a dance studio and informal dance performance space.

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Box Office

704-687-1TIX (1849)
boxoffice@uncc.edu

Facility Rental Inquiries
Beverly Lueke
Audience Services Manager

Liz Paradis
elizabeth.paradis@uncc.edu
704‑687‑0152

Performing Arts Operations Manager
Beverly Lueke
bblueke@uncc.edu
704‑687‑0151