The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Pauper Players is the premier musical theatre company on UNC’s campus. Founded in 1989, Pauper Players seeks to create avenues for Carolina students to organize and perform full-scale musical productions. UNC Pauper Players got its name from the abundant conviction that despite the limited resources with which the company’s founders started, students are capable of putting on quality musical productions.

Now celebrating our 28th season, Pauper has grown to be a prominent arts organization on UNC’s campus, annually producing at least two full-scale musicals and a Broadway Revue show. Still unlimited in our conviction, Pauper is dedicated to artistic growth and social engagement, and has recently begun a Pauper Performance Troupe, which consists of group of dedicated performers who perform musical theatre numbers for members of the community and at campus event. In Spring of 2017, Pauper was recognized by UNC Student Government for it’s work in and commitment to community outreach.

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Find audition dates and information for our upcoming productions!

Learn what productions we are bringing to the Chapel Hill area in the upcoming year and how to buy tickets!

Look back on the 25+ years of musical theatre productions we have brought to UNC and the Chapel Hill community.

Read about the importance of our fundraising efforts and how you can contribute!

UNC Pauper Players is thrilled to present Mamma Mia from April 11-13 9 at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Click here to learn more about the show and here to purchase tickets!