Aumsville Community Theatre

A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization

Aumsville Community Theatre is moving to our new home in Stayton, Oregon, and we’re now doing business as Spotlight Community Theatre. We’ll update this page with information and photos of our new space once we’re there. In the meanwhile, come see us at the Aumsville Community Center for our Radio Shows.

Now Showing: Act on Radio presents

The Green Hornet, staged radio drama.

Join Brett Reid, millionaire playboy and newspaper columnist, as the masked vigilante, the Green Hornet!

Tickets at the door or at staytonevents.com. $10 for general admission. August 16-18, Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm, Sundays at 2 pm.

All performances are at the Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street.

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Up Next: Auditions

Saturday October 5 from 2pm to 5pm at Aumsville Community Center.

Synopsis - In 1938 London, the employees of a cosmetics shop are busy with pre-Christmas sales. But things are not going well. Someone may be fired. One male employee and one female employee each has a love interest in a penpal. The owner has hired a detective to follow the owner's wife. Two other employees are dating. The old cashier is fed up with all of the other employees and with their affairs. The young bicycle delivery boy wants to be promoted to the sales staff. And then there are all those music boxes that nobody is buying. Will the good will of the Christmas season help stop the madness?

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become a member of SPOTLIGHT Community Theatre!

Aumsville Community Theatre is now doing business as Spotlight Community Theatre. We provide a live theatre experience for Stayton, Aumsville, Sublimity and the surrounding areas. We work hard to support a community of creative people who love to participate in the joy of live theatre (stage plays, murder mysteries, and staged radio shows) as actors, crew, and audience. We involve all ages; in the past year we had cast members ranging from 6 to 85 years old. In a time where the arts are struggling, we feel it is important to continue to provide these much-needed services to our community.

 Ticket sales only cover a portion of the expenses of a theatre. We pay rent and utilities year-round for the new location on 3rd Street in Stayton (opening this Fall), royalties to the publishing companies for each performance of a play (more for musicals), materials and construction costs to build sets and costumes, as well as other fees such as insurance, music licensing and more.

Please consider becoming a member of the Spotlight Community Theatre. We are a 501c3 organization and your membership/donation is 100% tax deductible. Membership includes the following benefits: your name listed in our theatre and in our playbills, invitations to our yearly awards and new season unveiling, and our undying thanks.