Paul Robeson Theatre

In the heart of the North Carolina A&T campus lies the historic Paul Robeson Theatre. Named for the famed African American actor, singer, athlete, political activist and giant in the Harlem Renaissance, the facility is home to the nationally award-winning Richard B. Harrison Players of North Carolina A&T.

For generations, N.C. A&T students and faculty have staged critically acclaimed theatrical works in the Robeson Theatre. It has also served as the launching pad for many N.C. A&T theater majors to go on to careers on Broadway and in touring productions of acclaimed stage plays across America and around the world. It is a major reason why the N.C. A&T Theatre Arts Program has been ranked by Black Broadway as one of the top five programs nationally for African American students.

Season subscriptions are available to all performances in the Robeson Theatre by completing a subscription form.