Aumsville Community Theatre

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

"ACT-ON-RADIO" is our traveling troupe that performs Murder Mysteries, live old-time radio shows, and singing. The murder mysteries invite YOU to participate! 

"ACT-ON-RADIO" has staged successful evenings for a variety of groups and organizations throughout the Willamette Valley, including dinner theater events on the Willamette Queen, the Elks Club and Ritter's restaurant.

We have a variety of shows to choose from that are guaranteed to entertain, so call us to day and let us bring live theater to you!

Interested in a different kind of fundraiser or evening for your organization or group? Book Aumsville Community Theatre's "ACT-ON-RADIO" to stage a show for you!

Call Beverly Wilson at 503-383-2198 to book an "Act on Radio" event!

Upcoming Staged Radio Plays:

Our Miss Brooks Mar 15-17

Our Miss Brooks is an American situation comedy starring Eve Arden as a sardonic high school English teacher. It began as a radio show broadcast on CBS from 1948 to 1957.

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Apr 19-21

An eccentric from a small town inherits millions and visits New York, much to his sorrow. The story begins in the little town of Mandrake Falls with a population of 600 country folk where two men clearly city folk, have arrived to see Mr. Deeds. One of the men is an attorney who has come with the news that Mr. Deeds has been left $20,000,000.

Inner Sanctum May 24-26

Taking its name from a popular series of mystery novels, Inner Sanctum Mysteries debuted over NBC’s Blue Network in January 1941. Inner Sanctum Mysteries featured one of the most memorable and atmospheric openings in radio history: an organist hit a dissonant chord, a doorknob turned and the famous “creaking door” slowly began to open. Every week, Inner Sanctum Mysteries told stories of ghosts, murderers and lunatics.

Dick Tracy Jun 14-16

One of the longest running young-adult-oriented old radio shows during the golden age of radio was the widely popular "Dick Tracy." The series aired over a period of 14 years, from 1934 - 1948, and was based on a newspaper comic strip.

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