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The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center is a fully restored, renovated, and historically preserved theatre that dates back to 1913.  Nestled in the foothills of Clarksburg, West Virginia, the RGPAC offers a vibrant, diverse array of productions and programs that engage seniors, adults, teens, children, schools, and community organizations. For more information on what Clarksburg has to offer, check out the Clarksburg Visitors Bureau.

Step into our historic venue to enjoy the following:

  • Concerts

  • Plays

  • Musicals

  • Lectures

  • Dance

  • Comedy

  • Movies

  • School field trips

  • Events & receptions

  • Summer camps

  • Art & acting classes for children, teens and adults

Features of the Renovated and Restored Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center:


  • Total square footage of 44,656 sq.ft.

  • A restored exterior featuring an electronic message board and a striking 25-foot marquee.

  • Performance hall seating capacity for 1,000 patrons.

  • All-new stage rigging, curtains, lighting, sound systems, and an orchestra pit.

  • A high-definition projector and projection screen.

  • Dressing rooms to accommodate headliners and larger productions.

  • State-of-the-art building systems such as HVAC, LED lighting, efficient plumbing fixtures, and high-performance windows.

  • A 1,800 square foot multi-purpose ballroom for events, receptions, and business meetings with a capacity for up to 200 guests.

  • A caterer's kitchen to support food and beverage service throughout the theater.

  • A circular bar located in the heart of the second floor.

  • Two state-of-the-art elevators providing easy access to all floors.

  • A 3,000 square foot multi-purpose Educational Center for events, receptions, and business meetings with a capacity for up to 300 guests complete with a prep kitchen and restrooms in the space.

  • A new loading dock able to accommodate a semi-trailer for larger productions.

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