Fine and Performing Arts Events

Below you will find UCC's theatre, music and fine arts events. Please join us for these exceptional performances. We look forward to entertaining you!

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Art Gallery Exhibits

The Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College presents several exhibits each academic year that feature regional, national, and international artists working in all genres and media. It also exhibits works of UCC Art faculty and students. The Art Gallery sponsors artist's talks and workshops throughout the year. Follow us on Facebook: Art at Umpqua Community College.

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More Art Gallery exhibits coming soon!

Musical Performances

UCC Music students and faculty perform in a variety of groups throughout the year that dazzle and entertain. 

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Roseburg Concert Chorale


Dec 4, 7:00pm
Dec 6, 3:00pm

More info

Big Horn Jazz Band & Umpqua Singers

Hot Jazz in December

Dec 7, 7:30pm, Centerstage Theatre, $7 per person/$15 per family.
Admission at the door

Vintage Singers

Twelfth Night Concert

Jan 8 & 9, 7:30pm, First Presbyterian Church

Laura Cunard and the Umpqua Singers

Jazz in Jacoby

Feb 7, 7:30pm, Jacoby Auditorium

Umpqua Chamber Orchestra & UCC Chamber Choir

Winter Concert

Mar 1, 7:30pm, First Presbyterian Church

Big Horn Jazz Band and the Umpqua Singers

In Concert

Mar 11, 7:30pm, Centerstage Theatre


Theatre Performances

The UCC Theatre Arts program produces high-quality student performances and encourages up-and-coming high school talent.

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A Woman of No ImportanceA Woman of No Importance

By Oscar Wilde
Adapted for Centerstage by Rachel Kohler
Directed by Josh Carlton

Oscar Wilde's play, A Woman of No Importance, opens with a gathering of members of English high society at the stately manor home of the elegant Lady Hunstanton. The attendance of her little party includes the overly-controlling Lady Caroline (and her long-sufferening husband, Sir John); the addled and overly-romantic Lady Stutfield; the sultry Mrs Allonby; the innocent American Puritan, Hester Worsley; the earnest young banker, Gerald Arbuthnot; and the delightfully rakish Lord Illingworth, who has just offered to take young Gerald on as his private secretary. While the hapless butler Farquhar dances in attendance, the aristocrats attempt to outshine one another with acerbic wit.

After dinner, Gerald's mother Rachel Arbuthnot arrives, invited by Lady Hunstanton's to meet her son's benefactor. When Mrs Arbuthnot discovers that Lord Illingworth is known to her, secrets are revealed, darts of wit exchanged, and filial loyalty questioned.

Centerstage Theatre, Whipple Fine Arts Center, Umpqua Community College

November 13, 7:00pm
November 14, 7:00pm
November 15, 2:00pm
November 20, 7:00pm
November 21, 7:00pm

Ticket Prices:
$12 adult
$10 Senior/UCC staff
$8 Student w/ID & Under 18
Advance Reservations are recommended.

The UCC Drama Club will be selling concessions during intermission.

On November 13, all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated by the UCC Theatre Department to the Quinn Cooper Scholarship Endowment. Quinn, a theatre major, is one of the Umpqua 9 lost in the October 1st shooting.


Oregon Musical Theatre Festival

The Oregon Musical Theatre Festival creates high-quality musicals that are presented on the UCC campus.

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Stay tuned for a new exciting season to be announced soon!


National Theatre Live

UCC is proud to present quality theatrical productions that stream to the Centerstage Theatre from The National Theatre in the United Kingdom.

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NTLive HamletHamlet

by William Shakespeare

Academy Award® nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre) takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy.

Directed by Lyndsey Turner (Posh, Chimerica) and produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, National Theatre Live will broadcast this eagerly awaited production live to cinemas.

As a country arms itself for war, a family tears itself apart. Forced to avenge his father’s death but paralysed by the task ahead, Hamlet rages against the impossibility of his predicament, threatening both his sanity and the security of the state.

Live Broadcast : Nov 19, 10:00am - 2:00pm.

Encore : Nov 21,  2:00pm - 6:00pm

$12 Adults
$10 Seniors (60+)/UCC Staff
$8 Students/Children under 12

Jane Eyre

Jan 14, 10:00am

Jan 16, 2:00pm

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Jan 28, 10:00am

Jan 30, 2:00pm

As You Like It

Mar 3, 10:00am

Mar 5, 2:00pm