Albany Civic Theater – Albany, OR

Albany Civic Theater - Albany, OR

now in our 70th season

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Production History

2019-2020

2018-2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

  • SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER – 100 Lunches
  • OCTOBER-NOVEMBER – The Runner Stumbles
  • DECEMBER – The Butler Did It
  • JANUARY – Last of the Boys
  • FEBRUARY-MARCH – Big Fish, the Musical
  • MARCH-APRIL – The Trouble with Cats
  • MAY-JUNE – Sweeney Todd, the Musical
  • JUNE-JULY – Red, White and Tuna
  • JULY-AUGUST – Little Women
  • AUGUST-SEPTEMBER – Willy Wonka, Jr. (ACT Youth Summer Camp)

2015-2016

  • SEPTEMBER – Noises Off (reprise)
  • OCTOBER – The Lion in Winter (reprise)
  • NOVEMBER – Singin’ in the Rain
  • JANUARY – Treasure Island
  • FEBRUARY – Murder on the Nile
  • APRIL – Shrek
  • MAY – Looking for Normal
  • JUNE – Seniors of the Sahara
  • JULY – The Odd Couple (reprise)
  • AUGUST – Once on This Island (ACT Youth Summer Camp)

2014-2015

  • SEPTEMBER – Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead (special event)
  • OCTOBER – Young Frankenstein
  • DECEMBER – Trials, Tribulations, and Christmas Decorations
  • JANUARY – The Secret Garden
  • FEBRUARY – The Laramie Project
  • MARCH – Much Ado About Nothing
  • APRIL – The Glass Menagerie (reprise)
  • MAY – The Wizard of Oz
  • JUNE – Independence
  • JULY – Footlight Frenzy
  • AUGUST – Peter Pan

2013-2014

  • SEPTEMBER – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
  • OCTOBER – The Game’s Afoot
  • NOVEMBER – The Daly News (special event)
  • DECEMBER – It’s a Wonderful Life
  • JANUARY – Paradise Lost and Found
  • FEBRUARY – Spamalot
  • APRIL – The Glass Menagerie (reprise)
  • MAY – A Little Piece of Heaven
  • JUNE – Measure for Measure
  • JULY – Avenue Q
  • AUGUST – Waiting for Godot

2012-2013

  • SEPTEMBER – Pirates of Chemotherapy
  • NOVEMBER – Game Show
  • DECEMBER – Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farms
  • JANUARY – 39 Steps
  • FEBRUARY – Man Of La Mancha
  • APRIL – Mousetrap
  • MAY – Hay Fever
  • JUNE – Crimes of the Heart
  • AUGUST – Thoroughly Modern Millie

2011-2012

  • SEPTEMBER – At First Sight
  • OCTOBER – A Streetcar Named Desire
  • DECEMBER – Christmas Belles
  • JANUARY – Over The River And Through The Woods
  • FEBRUARY – Curtains
  • APRIL – Beyond Therapy  
  • MAY – Disney’s High School Musical
  • JUNE – Countergirls
  • JULY – Children Of A Lesser God
  • AUGUST – Fat Pig

2010-2011

  • SEPTEMBER – Alice In Wonderland
  • OCTOBER – Wait Until Dark (reprise)
  • NOVEMBER – Meet Me In St. Louis
  • JANUARY – Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters
  • FEBRUARY – The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
  • APRIL – Excalibur, the Story of Young King Arthur
  • MAY – The Miracle Worker (reprise)
  • JUNE – Oliver! (reprise)
  • JULY – The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
  • AUGUST – Steel Magnolias (reprise)

2009-2010

  • SEPTEMBER – The Cover of Life
  • OCTOBER – Lost in Yonkers
  • NOVEMBER – And Then There Were None (reprise)
  • DECEMBER – A Tuna Christmas
  • JANUARY – Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
  • MARCH – Morning’s at Seven
  • APRIL – Deathtrap (reprise)
  • MAY – School House Rock Live – Junior
  • JUNE – The Producers
  • JULY – The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler
  • AUGUST – To Gillian, on Her 37th Birthday August

2008-2009

  • SEPTEMBER – Play Ball, aka Chicago
  • OCTOBER – The Vampyre
  • DECEMBER – Miracle on 34th Street
  • JANUARY – Forever Plaid
  • FEBRUARY – A Love Affair
  • MARCH – Cabaret (reprise)
  • MAY – Humble Boy
  • JUNE – Of Mice and Men (reprise)
  • JULY – The Music Man (reprise)

2007-2008

  • SEPTEMBER – The Taming of the Shrew
  • OCTOBER – Wonder of the World
  • DECEMBER -Goodbye, Charlie
  • JANUARY – Dinner with Friends,
  • FEBRUARY – Hello, Dolly (reprise)
  • MARCH – The Drawer Boy
  • APRIL – The Diary of Anne Frank
  • MAY – Fawlty Towers
  • MAY – Broadway on Broadalbin (special event)
  • JUNE – The Last Five Years (special event)
  • JULY – Nickel and Dimed
  • AUGUST – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

2006-2007

  • SEPTEMBER – The Cemetery Club (reprise)
  • NOVEMBER – Hedda Gabler
  • DECEMBER – The Homecoming
  • DECEMBER: The Santaland Diaries (special event)
  • JANUARY – Extreme Theater II: Electric Bugaloo (ACTeens)
  • FEBRUARY – Witness for the Prosecution
  • MARCH – You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (reprise)
  • MAY – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • JUNE – Going to See The Elephant
  • JULY-AUGUST – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (reprise)
 

2005-2006

  • SEPTEMBER – The Seven Year Itch
  • OCTOBER – Rope
  • NOVEMBER – Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
  • JANUARY – Seussical, the Musical
  • FEBRUARY – The Underpants
  • APRIL – Enchanted April
  • MAY – The Miser
  • JUNE – On Golden Pond
  • JULY – Gross Indecency
  • AUGUST – Into The Woods

2004-2005

  • SEPTEMBER: The Murder Room
  • OCTOBER: Copenhagen
  • NOVEMBER-DECEMBER: Charley’s Aunt (reprise)
  • JANUARY: Talley’s Folly
  • FEBRUARY: Sylvia
  • MARCH: Free-Range Chix (special event)
  • MARCH: Puttin’ on the Bitz (special event)
  • APRIL: The Rocky Horror Show
  • MAY: The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
  • JUNE: Hamlet
  • JULY: Barefoot in the Park
  • AUGUST-SEPTEMBER: David and Lisa

2003-2004

  • SEPTEMBER: The Magic Fire
  • OCTOBER: Accomplice
  • NOVEMBER: Noises Off
  • DECEMBER: A Christmas Carol (reading – special event)
  • JANUARY: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY: The Pirates of Penzance: The Slave of Duty (reprise)
  • MARCH: We Have Always Lived in the Castle
  • APRIL: Fools
  • MAY: Play It Again, Sam (reprise)
  • JULY: Bat Boy: The Musical
  • AUGUST: The Mouse That Roared (ACTeens)

2002-2003

  • SEPTEMBER: Wit
  • OCTOBER: Bell, Book and Candle (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: Our Town
  • JANUARY: Extreme Theater! (teen improv show)
  • FEBRUARY: March – King Lear
  • APRIL: You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running
  • MAY: The Flight of the Earls
  • JUNE: Fuddy Meers
  • JULY-AUGUST: Godspell

2001-2002

  • SEPTEMBER: A Comedy of Errors (Teen Theater)
  • OCTOBER: The Rainmaker (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: The Trip to Bountiful
  • JANUARY: Auntie Mame (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY-March: The Most Happy Fella
  • APRIL: Book of Days
  • MAY: Six Women with Brain Death, or Expiring Minds Want to Know
  • JUNE: Arsenic and Old Lace (reprise)
  • JULY-AUGUST: Little Footsteps

2000-2001
(50th Anniversary Season)

  • SEPTEMBER: Blithe Spirit (reprise)
  • OCTOBER: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: A Christmas Carol (Teen Theater, new adaptation by John Baur)
  • JANUARY: Anastasia (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY: South Pacific (reprise)
  • APRIL: A Streetcar Named Desire (reprise)
  • MAY: The Merry Wives of Windsor (reprise)
  • JUNE: The Foreigner (reprise)
  • JULY: The Lion in Winter (reprise)
  • AUGUST: Greater Tuna (reprise)

1999-2000

  • SEPTEMBER: All This and Moonlight
  • OCTOBER: Return to the Forbidden Planet
  • DECEMBER: I Remember Mama (reprise)
  • JANUARY: Bus Stop (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY: She Loves Me
  • APRIL: Dark Sonnets of the Lady
  • MAY: Twelfth Night, or What You Will (reprise, Teen Theater)
  • JUNE: Laughter on the 23rd Floor
  • JULY: ‘night, Mother
  • AUGUST: A Walk in the Woods

1998-1999

  • SEPTEMBER: Invitation to a March
  • SEPTEMBER: “Oh, What a Wonderful Party!” (special event)
  • OCTOBER: Ten Little Indians (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: Moon Over Buffalo
  • JANUARY: Arcadia
  • FEBRUARY: Grease
  • APRIL: Emma’s Child
  • MAY: Glory, or, the Angel Girl
  • JUNE: The Crucible
  • JULY: Summer and Smoke
  • AUGUST: Vacancy In Paradise (Teen Theater)

1997-1998

  • SEPTEMBER: Three the Hard Way
  • OCTOBER: La Cage aux Folles
  • NOVEMBER: Fashion show (special event)
  • NOVEMBER: It Runs in the Family
  • JANUARY: Terra Nova
  • FEBRUARY: The Imaginary Invalid (reprise)
  • APRIL: Oklahoma!
  • APRIL: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (special event – Teen Theater)
  • MAY: Ladies of the Camellias
  • JUNE: Eleemosynary
  • AUGUST: The Captain’s Paradise
  • AUGUST: Stagestruck, Too: Jack Adams and John Baur (special event)

1996-1997 

  • SEPTEMBER: Something’s Afoot
  • OCTOBER-November: Death and the Maiden
  • NOVEMBER-DECEMBER: Greetings!
  • DECEMBER: A Christmas Carol, the Sequel (special event)
  • JANUARY: Spokesong, or The Common Wheel
  • FEBRUARY: Dear Liar (special event)
  • MARCH: Stalag 17
  • APRIL: Showboat
  • MAY-JUNE: The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket
  • JUNE-JULY: Fortinbras
  • AUGUST: Crossing Delancey

1995-1996 

  • SEPTEMBER: Dancing at Lughnasa
  • OCTOBER: Jekyll & Hyde
  • NOVEMBER: The Importance of Being Earnest (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: A Christmas Carol (special event, reader’s theater – adapted by John Baur)
  • JANUARY: Mrs. California
  • FEBRUARY: The Cocoanuts
  • APRIL: Jake’s Women
  • MAY: Les Liaisons Dangereuses
  • JULY: The World Celebrates with Dance (special event)
  • JULY: Prelude to a Kiss
  • AUGUST: Macbeth

1994-1995 

  • SEPTEMBER: Thieves Carnival
  • OCTOBER: Death Trap
  • DECEMBER: Inspecting Carol
  • JANUARY: The Road To Mecca
  • FEBRUARY: I Hate Hamlet
  • MARCH: …and a Nightingale Sang
  • APRIL: Lettice & Lovage
  • JUNE: Pippin
  • JULY: Marvin’s Room
  • AUGUST: Henceforward …

1993-1994 

  • SEPTEMBER: The Cemetery Club
  • OCTOBER: Frankenstein
  • DECEMBER: The Mousetrap (reprise)
  • JANUARY: On The Verge, or The Geography of Learning
  • FEBRUARY: Biloxi Blues
  • APRIL: Shadowlands
  • MAY: A Few Good Men
  • JUNE: The Sound Of Music (reprise)
  • AUGUST: Red Scare On Sunset

1992-1993 

  • SEPTEMBER: Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
  • OCTOBER: The Haunting of Hill House
  • DECEMBER: One Acts
    • “Graceland”
    • “Pvt. Wars”
  • JANUARY: Rough Crossing
  • FEBRUARY: The King and I
  • APRIL: Of Mice and Men
  • May: Heaven Can Wait
  • JUNE: Lend Me a Tenor
  • JULY: Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • AUGUST: Sea Marks

1991-1992 

  • SEPTEMBER: True West
  • OCTOBER: Philadelphia Story
  • DECEMBER: My Three Angels
  • JANUARY: Driving Miss Daisy
  • FEBRUARY: Baby
  • MARCH: This One Thing I Do
  • APRIL: Voice of the Prairie
  • MAY: Nunsense
  • JUNE: Chapter Two
  • JULY: All My Sons (reprise)
  • JULY: Shirley Valentine (one woman show: Pat Kight)

1990-1991 

  • SEPTEMBER: Play It Again Sam
  • OCTOBER: Dial “M” For Murder
  • NOVEMBER: The Andersonville Trial
  • JANUARY: Steel Magnolias
  • FEBRUARY: George M!
  • APRIL: The Hollow
  • MAY: Greater Tuna (performed at Flynn’s Top-of-the-Block)
  • JUNE: Death of a Salesman (reprise, first show on the rebuilt ACT stage)
  • AUGUST: Pumpboys and Dinettes

1989-1990 

  • SEPTEMBER: Gaslight (reprise)
  • OCTOBER: Twelfth Night
  • DECEMBER: You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown
  • JANUARY: The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
  • FEBRUARY: The 1940s Radio Hour
  • APRIL: Sabrina Fair (reprise)
  • MAY: Foxfire
  • JULY: Come Blow Your Horn (reprise)
  • AUGUST: A Shayna Maidel

1988-1989 

(purchase of ACT III) 

  • SEPTEMBER: Sherlock’s Last Case
  • OCTOBER: The Girls in 509
  • NOVEMBER: The Miracle Worker
  • DECEMBER: The Snow Queen (original script adapted by Pat Kight)
  • JANUARY: Strange Snow
  • FEBRUARY: Little Shop of Horrors
  • APRIL: The Nerd
  • MAY: A Moon For The Misbegotten
  • JUNE: Guys and Dolls (reprise)
  • AUGUST: Blithe Spirit (reprise)

1987-1988 

  • SEPTEMBER: The Foreigner
  • OCTOBER: Harvey
  • NOVEMBER: One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
  • DECEMBER: One Acts
    • “Gift of the Magi”
    • “Blue Carbuncle”
  • JANUARY: The Night Of The Iguana
  • FEBRUARY: The Robber Bridegroom
  • APRIL: The Last of the Red-Hot Lovers (reprise)
  • MAY: I Never Sang For My Father
  • JUNE: Anything Goes
  • AUGUST: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

1986-1987 

  • SEPTEMBER: Light Up The Sky
  • OCTOBER: Dracula
  • NOVEMBER: The Odd Couple (reprise)
  • JANUARY: The Royal Game
  • FEBRUARY: Gypsy
  • MARCH: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
  • APRIL: The Rainmaker
  • MAY: Joe Egg (a.k.a. A Day in the Death of Joe Egg)
  • JUNE: Carnival
  • JULY: Private Lives

1985-1986 

  • SEPTEMBER: Agnes of God (in ACT II)
  • OCTOBER: One Acts
    • “Birds of Prey”
    • “Laundry and Bourbon”
  • DECEMBER: A Child’s Christmas in Wales
  • JANUARY: I’m Getting My Act Together And Taking It On The Road
  • FEBRUARY: Blue Denim
  • APRIL: Ten Little Indians (reprise)
  • MAY: The Dresser
  • JUNE: Kiss Me, Kate (reprise)
  • AUGUST: Don’t Drink the Water

1984-1985 

  • SEPTEMBER: The 75th (in ACT II)
  • SEPTEMBER: Busman’s Honeymoon
  • NOVEMBER: Ah, Wilderness!
  • DECEMBER: A Christmas Carol (adapted by Paula Matthiesen)
  • JANUARY: Child’s Play
  • FEBRUARY: Crimes of the Heart
  • MARCH: Cabaret
  • MAY: Bus Stop
  • JUNE: Eleanor (one woman show: Mildred Gonzales)
  • JULY: 1776
  • AUGUST: Arsenic and Old Lace (at LBCC)

1983-1984 

  • SEPTEMBER: The Male Animal (reprise)
  • NOVEMBER: The Pirates of Penzance: The Slave of Duty (joint production with LBCC)
  • NOVEMBER: Biography
  • JANUARY: Vivat! Vivat Regina!
  • FEBRUARY: Da
  • MARCH: Auntie Mame
  • APRIL: Rain
  • JUNE: One Acts
    • “Mystery At The Depot”
    • “Twenty-seven Wagonloads of Cotton”
  • AUGUST: South Pacific

1982-1983 

  • SEPTEMBER: West Side Story
  • OCTOBER: Tons of Money
  • NOVEMBER: Egad! The Woman in White (first Show in Act II)
  • DECEMBER: The Butterfingers Angel…
  • JANUARY: Becket
  • FEBRUARY: Oh, P’Shaw (one acts)
    • “Augustus Does His Bit”
    • “How He Lied to Her Husband”
  • MARCH: The Glass Menagerie (reprise)
  • APRIL: RUR (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: Something Elegant (revue)
  • MAY: Man of La Mancha
  • JUNE: Charley’s Aunt

1981-1982 
(purchase of ACT II and expansion of the season) 

  • SEPTEMBER: Teahouse of the August Moon
  • NOVEMBER: The Music Man
  • DECEMBER: Damien (one-man show: Jack Adams)
  • JANUARY: One Acts
    • “Impromptu” (reprise)
    • “The Game of Chess”
    • “Opening Night”
    • “Dark Lady of the Sonnets”
  • FEBRUARY: Royal Gambit (reprise)
  • APRIL: Jesus Christ, Superstar
  • JUNE: The Lion in Winter

1980-1981 

  • SEPTEMBER: An Unlove Affair (original musical)
  • NOVEMBER: The Night of January 16th (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY: The Tiger at the Gates
  • APRIL: You Can’t Take It With You (reprise)
  • MAY: Brigadoon (at LBCC)

1979-1980 

  • SEPTEMBER: Love Rides the Rails (or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?)
  • NOVEMBER: Hello, Dolly (joint production with LBCC)
  • NOVEMBER: The Imaginary Invalid
  • FEBRUARY: Anastasia
  • APRIL: Paint Your Wagon
  • JUNE: 6 RMS RIV VU

1978-1979 

  • SEPTEMBER: Oliver!
  • OCTOBER: Belle of Amherst (one woman show: Mildred Gonzales)
  • DECEMBER: The Pleasure of His Company
  • FEBRUARY: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • APRIL: Kismet
  • JUNE: The Mousetrap

1977-1978 

  • AUGUST: Stage Stuck (special attraction – Jack Adams and Mildred Gonzales)
  • SEPTEMBER: Once Upon a Mattress
  • DECEMBER: Pygmalion (reprise)
  • FEBRUARY: Merry Wives of Windsor
  • APRIL: Carousel
  • JUNE: God’s Favorite
  • JULY: One Acts
    • “Chinaman”
    • “Black Comedy”

1976-1977 

  • SEPTEMBER: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?
  • DECEMBER: Ghosts (guest company from Corvallis)
  • APRIL: Student Prince
  • JUNE: The Importance of Being Earnest

1975-1976 

  • SEPTEMBER: Death of a Salesman
  • NOVEMBER: The Women
  • FEBRUARY: Toys in the Attic
  • APRIL: Camelot
  • JUNE: The Sunshine Boys
  • JULY: Bertha, the Bartender’s Beautiful Baby

1974-1975 

  • SEPTEMBER: A Thousand Clowns
  • NOVEMBER: The Drunkard, or The Fallen Saved
  • JANUARY: A Streetcar Named Desire
  • FEBRUARY: Guys and Dolls
  • MAY: Wait Until Dark

1973-1974 

  • SEPTEMBER: Plaza Suite
  • DECEMBER: Anne of a Thousand Days (reprise, performed elsewhere after fire struck ACT)
  • MARCH: Dr. Cook’s Garden
  • MAY: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

1972-1973 

  • OCTOBER: Mame
  • DECEMBER: Miranda
  • JANUARY: Favorites From Our Scrapbook (revue)
  • MARCH: Tea and Sympathy
  • MARCH-APRIL: Brown Bag presentations
    • MARCH 30: “In the Spring, A Young Man’s Fancy…”
    • APRIL 6: “A Poetic Comment”
    • APRIL 13: “Simon Sez”
  • APRIL: Hello, Mr. Thurber (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: The Last of the Red-Hot Lovers

1971-1972 

  • SEPTEMBER: Kiss Me, Kate
  • DECEMBER: Absence of a Cello
  • JANUARY: A Bit of Broadway (revue)
  • MARCH: Laura (reprise)
  • APRIL: The Glass Menagerie (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: Cactus Flower

1970-1971 

  • OCTOBER: Little Mary Sunshine
  • DECEMBER: Ready When You Are, C. B.
  • FEBRUARY: The Subject Was Roses
  • APRIL: Anne of the Thousand Days (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: Under the Yum Yum Tree

1969-1970 

  • SEPTEMBER: The Sound of Music
  • NOVEMBER: The Impossible Years
  • FEBRUARY: The Star-Spangled Girl (guest company from Salem)
  • MARCH: A Salute to Shaw and Coward (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: The Man in the Dog Suit

1967-1968 

(Renamed Albany Civic Theater, September 1968) 

  • SEPTEMBER: Annie Get Your Gun
  • DECEMBER: Never Too Late
  • FEBRUARY: Rebecca
  • MAY: The Odd Couple

1966-1967 

  • OCTOBER: The Heiress
  • DECEMBER: Middle of the Night
  • MARCH: One Acts
    • “The Marriage Proposal”
    • “The Bald Soprano”
    • “Impromptu”
  • MAY: Ladies in Retirement

1965-1966 

  • OCTOBER: The Silver Whistle (reprise)
  • DECEMBER: Blithe Spirit
  • APRIL: Mary, Mary
  • MAY: Inherit the Wind (readers’ theater)
  • JULY: Dirty Work At The Crossroads (reprise)

1964-1965 

  • OCTOBER: Life With Father
  • NOVEMBER: Come Blow Your Horn
  • FEBRUARY: All My Sons
  • APRIL: The Lady’s Not For Burning (readers’ theater)
  • APRIL: Years Ago

1963-1964 

(First season in the Regina Frager Theater) 

  • OCTOBER: Curse of the Aching Heart
  • DECEMBER: Visit To A Small Planet
  • FEBRUARY: A Far Country
  • APRIL: The Caine Mutiny Court Martial (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: Everybody Loves Opal
  • JULY: Hansel and Gretel

1962-1963 

  • OCTOBER: Sabrina Fair
  • DECEMBER: Gigi [straight play]
  • MARCH: The Country Girl
  • APRIL: Royal Gambit (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: Janus

1961-1962 

(the “traveling season”) 

  • OCTOBER: Pygmalion
  • DECEMBER: The Deck Set
  • FEBRUARY: Amphitryon 38 (readers’ theater)
  • MARCH: The Gazebo
  • MAY: The Solid-Gold Cadillac

1960-1961 

  • OCTOBER: The Male Animal
  • DECEMBER: I Have Been Here Before
  • JANUARY: An Evening With Noel Coward (readers’ theater)
  • FEBRUARY: The Two Mrs. Carrolls
  • MAY: Papa Is All
  • AUGUST: One Acts
    • “Hello, Out There”
    • “A Phoenix Too Frequent”

1959-1960 

  • OCTOBER: The Chalk Garden
  • DECEMBER: Laura
  • FEBRUARY: I Am A Camera
  • APRIL: An Evening With Tennessee Williams (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: The Tender Trap

1958-59

  • APRIL: Lily, The Felon’s Daughter
  • SEPTEMBER: Bell, Book, and Candle
  • DECEMBER: The Red Shoes
  • FEBRUARY: Dangerous Corner
  • MAY: Don Juan in Hell (readers’ theater)
  • MAY: The Moon is Blue
  • AUGUST: The Night of January 16th (First summer show, staged at Linn and Benton County Courthouses)

1957 

  • MAY: Dirty Work at the Crossroads
  • NOVEMBER: Petticoat Fever

1956 

(dates not available) 

  • Sorry Wrong Number (at St. Mary’s Hall)
  • The Voice of the Turtle (readers’ theater)
  • Candlelight (readers’ theater)

1955 

  • APRIL: Hay Fever
  • OCTOBER: Goodbye, My Fancy

1954 

  • MAY: The Curious Savage

1953 

  • APRIL: Ten Little Indians
  • AUGUST: The Silver Whistle
  • DECEMBER: Rumpletilskin

1952 

  • JANUARY: Dear Ruth
  • MAY: You Can’t Take It With You
  • OCTOBER: The Milky Way

1951 

  • MARCH: One Acts
    • “Little Bird of a Woman”
    • “Thursday Evening”
    • “Mr. Lincoln’s Whiskers”
Organized
November 15, 1950 as
Albany Little Theater
First Production Opened
March 2, 1951
ACT Founders