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!
The UCC Theatre Arts program produces high-quality student performances and encourages up-and-coming high school talent.
Info Line: 541-440-4691
ASUCC and season sponsors Jim & Jen Smith, Hanson Jewelers, Linda Buckle, LLC, Winemaking Consultant, & Keith Weikum Construction proudly present this UCC Theatre musical whodunit starring Jere Bartley, Matthew Campbell and students, alumni and community members of UCC.
After the leading starlet mysteriously dies, local Boston detective Lt. Frank Cioffi comes to solve the crime... but as the plot thickens, this musical theatre fan finds himself distracted with fixing the flaws.
This Tony Award-winning show will delight audiences with dazzling singing, dancing and humor reminiscent of the 1950s classics.
Children ages 6 and older are welcome, though this show contains PG-13 content.
UCC students may see the show for free the entire first weekend, February 17, 18, 19. ID required. Advance ticketing recommended!
Fridays and Saturdays
7pm - February 17, 18, 24, 25 and March 3 and 4
2pm - February 19, 26 and March 5
Adults : $13
Seniors 60+ and under 18 : $10
Tickets by phone : 541-440-7700
UCC Students with ID get in FREE the first weekend, Feb. 17, 18, 19! Otherwise $10.
Assigned seating so get your tickets fast!
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.
Info Line: 541-440-4692
February 14 - March 16, 2017
Angels Passing by Michael Hoeye
Artist Reception, March 2, 2017, 5-7pm
The Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College is excited to present Angels Passing by Michael Hoeye. The approximately 100 images presented in the gallery project will be on display from Tuesday, February 14, through Thursday, March 16, 2017. A reception with the artist will be held on Thursday, March 2, 2017, 5-7pm.
Strong, happy, dignified, funny, elegant, hopeful, dreamy, mischievous. These are some of the words Hoeye uses to describe the people from his neighborhood. They are seemingly ordinary, but each have a story. Using drawing, photography, and digital printmaking, Hoeye captures the seemingly ordinary people who pass him on the street as they go about their daily routines. As he creates these works, Hoeye asks himself, "Who are they? Where are they going? From where have they come?" Viewers who come to the exhibit may feel as though they’ve seen the individuals featured in the images. The characters are presented without the anchor of a background or specific place. They are completing mundane or everyday tasks. Because of this, viewers are provided an opportunity to observe these individuals and their actions - whether talking on the phone, reading a book, or carrying coffee. Much like the portrait paintings of Alice Neel, Angels Passing is a visual record that highlights the spirit and character of this particular moment in time. Adding context to the images are text pieces written by Joann Mulcahy, an essayist, biographer and ethnographer whose writing focuses on cultural issues.
UCC Music students and faculty perform in a variety of groups throughout the year that dazzle and entertain.
Info Line: 541-440-4691
7:30pm, Tueday, February 28, 2017
The UCC Fine and Performing Arts Department presents:
The Umpqua Chamber Orchestra and the UCC Chamber Choir
with the Delgani Quartet
First Presbyterian Church, Downtown Roseburg
Admission at the door. $7.00 per person, $15.00 per family.
Students FREE with student ID.
UCC is proud to present quality theatrical productions that stream to the Centerstage Theatre from The National Theatre in the United Kingdom.
Info Line: 541-440-4694
Look out for new shows soon!