The Carolina Theatre of Durham is an historic landmark in downtown Durham, North Carolina in the United States of America. The city owns the facility and it continues to operate under the stewardship of a nonprofit organization named The Carolina Theatre of Durham Incorporated.
The main stage, called Fletcher Hall, seats 1,014 and has two balconies. There are two cinema screens upstairs, built in 1992, which seat 276 and 76.
Receptions may be held at the Kirby Lobby (the area immediately in front of Fletcher Hall, facing the entrance from the street), the Connie Moses Ballroom (directly above Kirby Lobby, with access to the lower portion of the balcony), and/or the Upper Balcony Lobby (directly above the Connie Moses Ballroom, with access to the upper portion of the balcony).
Recurring events featured at the Carolina Theatre include the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, the Retrofantasma film series, the Escapism Film Festival, the Nevermore film festival, and the North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.