Albany Civic Theater – Albany, OR

Albany Civic Theater • Albany, OR

Now in our 73rd season

Welcome to Albany Civic Theater

…one of the oldest, best-known community theaters in Oregon.

ACT is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theater that takes pride in producing a year-round season of top-quality comedies, dramas and musicals chosen to appeal to a wide range of audience tastes, and to provide creative opportunities for local actors, technicians and theater lovers.

We also sponsor a lively and active youth program, which provides youngsters from ages 8 -18 with training and experience in all aspects of theater.

Vision Statement: To provide quality entertainment as an outlet for artistic achievement and an educational resource for the Albany, Oregon community and the greater Mid-Willamette Valley.

Mission Statement: Albany Civic Theater is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theater that entertains and enriches our audiences through a variety of productions that enhance the cultural life of our community. ACT offers a range of challenging creative opportunities to include and inspire diverse populations and people of all backgrounds and ages to participate in theater. ACT cultivates an appreciation of the performing arts in our community, educates through experience, and cooperates with other arts groups.

Located “between the bridges” at 111 First Ave. W. in historic downtown Albany, ACT is close to fine restaurants, cafes and pubs, and has ample free parking on performance nights.

Click here for a map and driving directions to ACT

ACT operates entirely on ticket revenues and private donations, reserving its outside fundraising for special projects such as our recently completed remodeling. 

ACT is committed to providing access to the disabled and offers audio assistance devices for the hearing-impaired. If you have special needs, feel free to contact us for assistance.

Albany Civic Theater acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral lands of the Kalapuya, Santiam, and Tsankupi people, who were forcibly moved to reservations in the 1850s. We celebrate the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.