Outdoor venue on the American Tobacco Campus, seating more than 2,000 in front of a stage positioned directly beneath the Lucky Strike Water Tower. Live performances, events, and receptions.
Historic 900-seat auditorium hosting concerts, festivals, lectures, and performances. Call for ticket information.
The renovated 1926 Beaux Arts-style building includes magnificent Fletcher Hall for live performances and two adjacent cinemas. Hosts performances of Durham's symphony as well as the annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and NC Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.
Outdoor space on Main Street at The Streets at Southpoint. Creative performances are staged throughout the year.
Black box-style theater hosting music and theater rehearsals, classes, auditions, and performances from local and regional artists. Call for ticket information.
State-of-the-art 2,800 seat theatre in the American Tobacco District of Downtown. Performances include Suntrust Broadway Series, superstar concerts, and family performances. Call or visit website for ticket information.
Downtown arts center showcases many different art forms in its Allenton, Semans, and SunTrust galleries as well as a 200-seat performance space. The Durham Art Guild, one of the 18 local arts organizations based here, stages six-week exhibitions of original North Carolina artistry.
200-seat theater in the Durham Art Council building hosts films screenings, musical performances and recitals, theatrical and dance performances, and pageants. Also known as the PSI Theater.
Professional, non-profit theater company producing new and challenging theatrical events and supporting rising playwrights, directors, actors, and artists. Performances: 8:15pm, matinees: 3:15pm
300-seat theater on the first floor of the Farrison-Newton Communications Building at NCCU. Hosts both university-sponsored and university-produced theatrical and musical performances, as well as lectures and discussions. Call for ticket information.
1,200+ seat auditorium hosts performances, lectures, and events year-round including portions of the American Dance Festival, the "world’s greatest dance festival" (New York Post). For ticket information call (919) 684-4444 or go to www.tickets.duke.edu.
570-seat theater in the Bryan Center on Duke’s West Campus. Hosts mostly university events, music concerts, and dance recitals, as well as lectures and readings. For ticket information call (919) 684-4444 or go to at www.tickets.duke.edu.
130-seat theater located in upper level of the Bryan Center on Duke’s west campus. “Black box” theater hosts small theatrical and musical performances, mostly by Duke students and University-related organizations.
Restored former sanctuary of St. Joseph's AME Church, one of America's first autonomous African-American churches dating back to 1869. On the National Register of Historic Places, this 1891 Richardsonian Romanesque building includes stained glass windows honoring patrons Washington Duke, Julian Carr, W.T. Blackwell, and Eugene Morehead. Renovated into a performance hall by St. Joseph's Historic Foundation, Inc.
1,600-seat performing arts auditorium at the Durham School of the Arts. Hosts performances (dramatic and musical) produced and performed by some Durham’s most gifted young artists.