Wright Auditorium

Wright Auditorium
Phone: 252-328-6269
A historic landmark on campus, Wright Auditorium hosts symphonies, plays, concerts, and dance performances throughout the year.

Wright Auditorium also houses the Dean of Students Office and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Phone

252-328-6269

Upcoming Events

Fall Faculty Convocation

The beginning of the academic year will be marked by the annual fall faculty convocation on Aug. 21 in Wright Auditorium.

8/21 9:00am
Dance @ Wright

Our season kicks off with a fun, playful, and unique dance performance. We’ve put together exciting and eclectic lineup of ballet, jazz, tap, modern and...

9/18
Dance @ Wright

Our season kicks off with a fun, playful, and unique dance performance. We’ve put together exciting and eclectic lineup of ballet, jazz, tap, modern and...

9/19
Dance @ Wright

Our season kicks off with a fun, playful, and unique dance performance. We’ve put together exciting and eclectic lineup of ballet, jazz, tap, modern and...

9/20
Bandorama Concert

This event will feature the ECU Symphonic Band, Concert Band and Wind Ensemble. Free and open to the public.

9/24 7:30pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Nolasco Monk

Nolasco Monk left a review 1/20/2015

Not what I thought to have gained from this event. She told a good story but it just did not appeal to me nor motivate me for what I thought should have to be a MLK celebration event.

Joani Zary

Joani Zary left a positive review 4/25/2014

A joy to listen and watch! Di Wu was amazing.

Ronda Burgess

Ronda Burgess left a positive review 1/21/2014

This event was awesome and Hill Harper was an excellent speaker!!

Regina Figueiredo-Brown

Regina Figueiredo-Brown left a review 1/21/2014

Mr Harper is passionate and has been doing more than acquiring wealth for himself. That is good. He has a desire to help students and does more than just lament current conditions -- he gets involved. Very commendable. He tries to connect with people and motivate them to also become involved -- also good. I think his message was a bit conflicted, however. He mentions systemic and institutional causes for poverty. He touches on racism as the roots of these institutional and debilitating causes, yet all of his reform proposals seem to be at the individual level. The burden of victimization has to be correctly identified before we put the whole reform effort on the backs of the victims. You cannot support Michelle Rhee on the one hand and get mad at institutional racism on the other. They go together. I would have liked to asked about that. Also, I found his attack on the audience insulting. How does he know that I don't do anything to contribute? It is my life's work after all, as it was for many in the audience.

Joseph Bryan

Joseph Bryan left a positive review 9/21/2013

Wonderful Show

Trey Wade

Trey Wade left a positive review 8/18/2013

ECU has a great amount of talent!