Originally a 1929 silent movie theatre, the Stevens Center is a magnificently restored neoclassical theatre located in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C. Re-opened in April 1983, the Stevens Center is the primary performance space for University of North Carolina School of the Arts as well as for the Winston-Salem Symphony, Piedmont Opera Theatre and several other local and state arts organizations.
The center has played host to the world premieres of Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers,” winner of a Pulitzer Prize and four Tony awards and “Jake’s Women,” a 19 performance SELLOUT. Other performances have included Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “State Fair,” Victor Borge, the Smothers Brothers, STOMP, Riders In The Sky, the Vienna Choir Boys, Bella Fleck, The Magic School Bus, Carol Channing and Rita Moreno, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Alison Krauss, the 35th Anniversary Reunion of “The Andy Griffith Show,” Gordon Lightfoot, Tony Bennett, Gregory Peck and the filming of Chris Daughtry’s music video “September.”
The Stevens Center is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with a two-channel hearing assistance system. A total of 1,364 seats on two levels offer superb sightlines and exceptional acoustics.
If you are interested in purchasing tickets or hearing a list of upcoming events at UNCSA theatres please call the UNCSA Box Office at 336-721-1945. If you are interested in booking the Stevens Center for your event please call the Administrative line at 336-723-6320.