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After the building was also used as a laboratory, bath house, and law school, it became a theater in 1925.Alphonse Nicholson, Paul O'Brien, Katie Paxton, Kashif Powell, Jason Powers, Charlie Robinson, Jessica Sorgi, Caroline Strange, Allen Tedder, Ray Anthony Thomas, Jeremy Webb, Michael Winters, Arielle Yoder Libby Appel, Vivienne Benesch, Desdemona Chiang, Mike Donahue, Michael Dove, Brendon Fox, Wendy C.Goldberg, Joseph Haj, Kathryn Hunter-Williams, Shishir Kurup, Davis Mc Callum, Rob Melrose, Jen Wineman Bill Black, Jan Chambers, Helen Q.Huang, Tyler Micoleau, Cliff Caruthers, Peter West, Mike Yionoulis, Charles K. Gastelum, Katja Hill, Trevor Johnson, Gregory Kable, Anne Kennedy, Eric Ketchum, Lauren La May, Junghyun Georgia Lee, Richard Luby, Ashley Lucas, David Mc Clutchey, Karen O'Brien, Kristin Parker, John Patrick, Kathy A.Bayang, Jade Bettin, Scott Bolman, Burke Brown, Mc Kay Coble, Pat Collins, Jeffrey Blair Cornell, Alexander Dodge, Mike Donahue, Cecilia R. The company consists of residents, guest artists, professional staff and graduate students in the Department for Dramatic Arts at UNC and produces seasons of six main stage productions of contemporary and classical works that run from September to April.

Play Makers Repertory Company has a second stage series, PRC², that examines controversial social and political issues.

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The theater is the perpetual home of the Carolina Playmakers, although their successor, Playmakers Repertory Company, uses the Paul Green Theatre as its primary venue.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1973.

The company has been acknowledged by the Drama League of New York and American Theatre magazine for being one of the top fifty regional theaters in the country.