Our next production is:

She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen – tickets are available online now!

By special permission from Samuel French, Inc., A Concord Theatricals Company

Our Senior class will bring to life their version of a fantasy role-playing game based on the work of acclaimed young playwright Qui Nguyen. We are first introduced to Agnes Evans as she prepares to leave the only home she has known. A home where she is haunted by the death of her teenage sister, Tilly, who she realizes she never really knew. As she packs, Agnes comes across Tilly’s notebook on Dungeons & Dragons where she enters the imaginary world Tilly created as a refuge and begins her own journey of self discovery. Homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and lots of 90s pop culture are presented as a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.

Show Dates: November 14th – 16th @ 7:30 pm; November 17th @ 2 pm. 

Most suitable for ages 16 and up


Tickets for our productions may be purchased through our Box Office in Belk Theatre on the UNC Asheville campus or through Etix.

Ticket prices for our regular shows (musicals are a bit higher):

$7 students/OLLI members/UNCA Alumni

$10 Faculty/Senior Citizens

$12 General Admission



DROP OFF/PICK UP: Parking lot P27 will be designated for Handicap parking only. To drop off or pick up patrons with mobility challenges, we recommend driving to the circle at the back of Parking Lot P27 behind Belk Theatre. Due to renovation work on campus, there is very limited parking in P27. We have arranged for the construction gate to be kept open for drop off/pick up during our performances. Ushers will be available to guide the way to the theatre. 
PARKING: We recommend lots P25 or P13, both of which are just a short 5 to 10 minute walk from Belk Theatre. When you visit the online campus map, click the menu bars in the upper left corner, then select “Parking Lots,” and click back on the map to display the lots.


Learn more about TheatreUNCA, or call our box office at 828.232.2291.


Mark your calendar now for our shows this coming Spring 2020:

“Hedda Gabler” written by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Aaron Snook
Show dates are: February 27 – 29 @ 7:30pm March 1st @ 2pm
Hedda, the daughter of a prominent General, is newly married and already bored with not only her marriage, but her life in general. Her husband is an academic who is more interested in research and travel than he is with her. Hedda could care less about him or his career, she only married him because she felt her youth was fading away. An old school chum shows up at her house with a former lover, Eifert Loevorg, who is a reformed alcoholic, is trying to get his life together. He has just written Hedda’s influence over Eifert is strong. She finds pleasure in manipulating Eifert to point where she gets him drinking again, which he does with a vengeance, bringing on his demise. Written by Henrik Ibsen, Hedda Gabler has themes of manipulation, obsession, and a feminist agenda, which are mainly demonstrated through the women in this play. Hedda Gabler is constantly scheming, driven by jealousy and the need to control the lives of those around her.
Followed by:
“Julius Caesar” written by William Shakespeare, directed by Kirstin Daniel
Show dates are: April 16 – 18 @ 7:30 pm, April 19th @ 2pm.