We sincerely thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm for the Performing Arts at High Point University and look forward to being able to have you on campus when it is safe to do so.
We are currently awaiting a decision on whether we can have audiences at any of our performances. This will be updated around September 11, 2020.
We must adapt as artists to continue to make our art in a safe and responsible way. We must adapt our expectations, behaviors, and mindsets to focus on what is really important.
We must create. Creativity is a powerful force that can heal, bolster, and renew us. We must tap into what it means to create in difficult times, and what our art does for humanity.
We must connect– with ourselves, one another, the world, our struggles and triumphs – in order to make the world a better place. We will connect through the empathy and humanity inherent in the performing arts, providing joy and escape for our society.
That’s what we are striving for this fall. Keeping safety top of mind, we have designed a unique season that will provide extraordinary learning opportunities for our students and campus community. Sadly, we cannot welcome community members or visitors to campus but we will be exploring hosting live streams and recording video to share with our patrons and the friends and families of our talented student performers and crew.
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There is no photography, food or drink, texting, or telephone calls allowed during the show. Please plan to stay for the entire performance out of respect for the actors and fellow audience members. We reserve the right to remove patrons that are causing disruptions or not following these rules.
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU FOR A SHOW: Nothing! After you have confirmed your tickets, your name will be on our list and we will check you in at the door. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early. All shows are general admission.
HOW TO GET TO OUR THEATRES:
The Empty Space Theatre is located in McInnis Hall, the small building adjacent to Slane Student Center and the Roberts Hall Reflecting Pool. McInnis hall is between map marker 25 and 26 on this campus map.
If you are driving to campus, you can enter at any gatehouse. We recommend that you enter at Montlieu Ave/University Parkway or Montlieu Ave/N Centennial St. The friendly security officer will direct you on where to park. If you enter at one of the entrances listed above, you will be walking approximately 5 minutes from the designated parking lot to the Empty Space Theatre. There is handicapped access for this theatre – please call Campus Concierge at (336) 841-4636 if you have questions.
The Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center is home to the Pauline Theatre. Upon entering campus at Montlieu Ave/University Parkway, it is the building with the dome on your right.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
By Phone: Call 336-841-4529