Theater performances at CCC

Support local arts and great student work by attending a CCC Theatre Department performance. Every year, the Theatre Arts Department plays host to Main Stage productions, student-directed one-act plays, comedy improv, standup comedy and more. We even have learning opportunities where you can get a behind-the-scenes look at things like technical theater and costuming. With elaborate set designs, a beautiful home theater and free parking, Clackamas is a great place to experience dramatic arts.

If you'd like to buy season tickets for $30, contact jennifer.jett@clackamas.edu.

For more information about studying theater at Clackamas, visit our Theatre Department page.

Ticket information

  • Adults: $14 online, $15 at the box office
  • Seniors: $12 online, $13 at the box office
  • Students: $5 online, $6 at the box office
  • Clackamas Community College students are free

Purchase Tickets

 

  • Nov 10

    Nov. 10 Student Performance Showcase

    Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Niemeyer Osterman TheatreOregon City campus

    Enjoy an evening featuring a one-act play, standup comedy and improv. Free and open to the public.

  • Nov 11

    Nov. 11 Student Performance Showcase

    Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Niemeyer Osterman TheatreOregon City campus

    Enjoy an evening featuring a one-act play, standup comedy and improv. Free and open to the public.

  • Nov 18
    To Nov 21

    Fall show: "Private Eyes" by Steven Dietz

    Thursday-Saturday, 7:30 p.m. | Sunday, 2:30 p.m. | Purchase tickets
    Niemeyer Osterman TheatreOregon City campus

    Steven Dietz, who penned the hilarious comedy "Becky’s New Car," describes "Private Eyes" as a comedy of suspicion. The audience plays the role of detective in this relationship thriller about love, lust and deception as they witness five characters navigate a twisty-turny plot where nothing is quite what it seems!

  • Feb 24
    To Mar 6

    Winter show: "Red Herring" by Michael Hollinger

    Thursdays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. | Sundays, 2:30 p.m. | Purchase tickets
    Niemeyer Osterman TheatreOregon City campus

    Boston gumshoe Maggie Pelletier has to nose around the "red herrings" of who dumped the dead guy in the harbor in this tribute to the classic noir detective story. It is 1952, Eisenhower is on the campaign trail, "I Love Lucy" is on TV, and Joe McCarthy's daughter just got engaged to a Soviet spy! A mash-up of three love stories, a murder mystery, and nuclear espionage, "Red Herring" hooks its audience with brilliant plotting and a small ensemble of actors playing 18 roles in this over-the-top laugh machine.

  • May 26
    To May 29

    Spring show: "Number the Stars" by Douglas W. Larch

    Thursday-Saturday, 7:30 p.m. | Sunday, 2:30 p.m. | Purchase tickets
    Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, Oregon City campus

    The setting is World War II during the Nazi occupation of Denmark. Two brave young women, Annemarie and Kristi Johansen face soldiers, interrogation, fierce dogs and the loss of loved ones as they help their Jewish friends escape across the sea to Sweden. Based on the true story of Danish fishermen who saved their Jewish population during the Holocaust, author Lois Lowry’s award-winning book has been given dramatic life in this uplifting testament to the power of community forces of good pitted against great evil.


Questions? Contact Jennifer Jett at jennifer.jett@clackamas.edu.

Jennifer Jett

CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE

503-594-3153

jennifer.jett@clackamas.edu

Osterman Theater in Niemeyer Center