There are many organizations at UNC Charlotte, where students can make friends, learn about the professional world, nurture their creativity, and develop leadership skills. Student organizations within the Department of Theatre include Robinson Hall Players, Queen City Circus, Theatre Student Writer's Guild, and Black Theatre Artist Collective. These student organizations allow for collaboration, extracurricular performance opportunities, mentorship, and many other opportunities in the field of performing arts.
Queen City Circus
Faculty Advisor: Carlos Cruz | 2020-21 President: Sabrina D’Aiello | Instagram: @queencitycircus
Queen City Circus is a student-run performance troupe that specializes in physical theater performance. QCC aims to bring Contemporary Circus Arts to the community and provide performance opportunities for those interested. They meet weekly to train, rehearse, and develop new acts to present. QCC welcomes any performance-based acts from aerial arts to magic tricks, from juggling to gymnastics. They also welcome those interested in circus production such as costuming, crew, stage managing, or marketing.
Black Theatre Artist Collective
Faculty Advisor: Lynne Conner | Student Leader: Marcus Fitzpatrick | Instagram: @blacktheatreartistcollective
A space for black theatre artist’s to be and create.
Niner Theatre Troupe
Faculty Advisor: Laura Waringer | 2019-20 President: Tori Fagan