Named one of the best regional theatres in America by New York’s Drama League, The Pyrle features the best and timeliest of classic, contemporary and new theatrical works. Performances are presented in a 300-seat theater and an 80-seat cabaret space with spacious lobbies and many other amenities in Greensboro's downtown historic district.
In addition to providing you with professional, high-quality theater, we want to make sure that your entire Triad Stage experience is an easy and pleasant one – before you get here and while you're our guest.
For additional assistance with your visit, please contact us.
Parking is free on weekends and after 6:00 p.m. on weeknights in the Greensboro City-owned Greene Street Parking Deck at 211 South Greene Street, adjacent to the rear of Triad Stage's building, The Pyrle Theater. Enter the deck from either West Washington Street or South Greene Street.
A covered walkway on Level C of the parking deck leads directly to our rear entrance. The rear entrance door unlocks one hour prior to curtain time and automatically locks again 20 minutes after the show starts. The rear entrance is not handicapped accessible.
Parking is free weekends and after 6:00 PM on weekdays, but you will need to take a ticket from the ticket machine when entering the parking deck. You will not need to return this ticket upon exiting. When leaving the parking deck, pull up slowly toward the barriers and they will lift allowing your vehicle to exit free of charge on evenings and weekends.
On-street parking and paid surface lots are also available within a short walking distance to the theater.
Greensboro is well-known for its wide variety of great restaurants. With over 500 establishments from which to choose, why not make your night out complete with dinner and a show?
Here are a few of the fine eateries Triad Stage recommends. We suggest you call ahead for availability and reservations.
Are you from out of town and looking to spend the night in Greensboro? Or are you a Triad area resident who's interested in planning a special evening away from home? Make the most of it with a stay at one of our recommended hotels and check their "Offers" tab to take advantage of their package deals.
For more downtown hotels, visit Downtown Greensboro Inc.'s hotel list.
Please let the box office know of any special seating requirements or other necessary accommodations at the time of ticket purchase so that they can best meet your needs.
Access for patrons with wheelchairs and walkers is through The Pylre Theater's main lobby doors at street level at 232 South Elm Street.
There is designated wheelchair and companion seating for The MainStage Theater, subject to availability. Seating for the UpStage Cabaret is general admission, but accommodations for wheelchairs can be made with prior notice.
The Greene Street Parking Deck at 211 South Greene Street has assigned handicapped parking spaces on Level E. Enter the deck from either West Washington or South Greene streets.
For access to the The Pyrle Theater's main lobby doors, take the deck's elevator to the ground level, go east on West Washington Street one half block to South Elm Street and turn left.
Assisted listening devices are available for MainStage Theater productions and can be obtained at the box office before curtain time. We do ask for a photo ID to hold during the performance. There is no assisted listing system in The UpStage Cabaret; however the general admission seating is typically no more than 20 feet from the stage.
There is one audio described performance for each MainStage and Hanesbrands production. Services are provided in partnership with Arts Access.
Triad Stage will be offering rental opportunities for our three spaces in the future. At this time, we are not offering event rentals.
A beautiful 300-seat thrust stage theater.
An intimate and flexible cabaret space with stage and bar.
A conference-style meeting room.