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!

Sherlock Holmes


Come HEAR and see Act On Radio's staged , live radio style performance of the 4 different Sherlock Holmes radio shows.

Performances are February 16-18 and March 16-18 at the Little Red Schoolhouse in Stayton (555 Locust St).

February 16 - 18

Scandal in Bohemia

The King of Bohemia engages Holmes to recover an indiscreet photograph showing him with the renowned beauty, adventuress and opera singer Irene Adler‍—‌the revelation of which would derail his upcoming marriage to a daughter of the King of Scandinavia.

Murder in the Casbah

After Holmes and Watson solve the murder of the Dowager Countess, Miss Tetfield asks them to find the missing heir who may have joined the French Foreign Legion.

March 16 - 18

Case of the Dead Adventuress

While Holmes and Watson are staying in Nice, a young Englishman, the Honourable Reginald Shipton, comes to Holmes for help. And Holmes finds himself in a French courtroom being charged with murder!

 The Problem of Thor Bridge

Neil Gibson, the Gold King and former Senator from "some Western state", approaches Holmes to investigate the murder of his wife Maria in order to clear his children's governess, Grace Dunbar, of the crime.

Tickets at the door or

Performance times are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets are a $10 suggested donation.