AACT opens the 2018-19 season with

Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson

Silent Sky is the true story of Henrietta Leavitt, the 19th-century astronomer who wasn’t allowed to touch a telescope. While struggling to balance her dedication to science with family obligations and the possibility of love, Henrietta and the women of the Harvard Observatory made discoveries that allow us to know our place in the universe.

AACT is proud to announce shows for our 2018-2019 Season!

AACT Now Offers Season Tickets
and Flex Passes! 

Head to the
website for details...


Become An AACT Season Sponsor

Buy A Program Ad **

We need your help to acquire the resources to develop each of these stories fully on stage, give all our actors and technical crew opportunities to learn and grow, support our volunteer staff, and keep tickets affordable. 
  • Sponsors will be listed in all programs throughout the season.
  • Donors at the highest levels will be recognized in show publicity, including posters, radio ads, and newspaper promotions.
Click on the thumbnails for details and to mail a donation

You can also click here to donate online
or text "AACT15" to 844-544-7171 to donate via cell phone

**Deadline for season program ads is August 6th - get your form in today!

Have a connection to a local business?
Please share this opportunity with them to support AACT

Don't miss the set build for Silent Sky!

Saturday, August 4th, 9 am - 2 pm
Saturday, August 11th, 9 am -  5 pm
Sunday, August 12th, 9 am - 4 pm

Help hang the constellations!
Perfect for those with a love for astronomy.
Interested in fiber optic lighting?
You'll love the lighting work day.Aug 4th.
Come when you can ...
... stay as long as you can 

  We'll be painting, stringing lights to look like galaxies, and modifying furniture for the stage. We'll also need help decorating the lobby, cleaning and organizing the dressing rooms, and getting signage put up by the road.

There are so many ways to help - come be a part of the fun!
Auburn Area Community Theatre announces open auditions for our fall 2018 production of To Kill a Mockingbird. This is a dramatization of the Pulitzer Prizewinning novel by Harper Lee. Although set in 1935, the topics of tolerance and racial injustice resonated with the social upheaval of the 1960’s, and are still relevant today.

The cast requires a diverse group of 12 males, 8 females, and 3 children to play Scout, Jem, and Dill. We also need young ladies to audition for the "grownup" Scout as she tells her story and Mayella Ewell, who falsely testifies in court. There are also lots of "extras" needed for the courtroom scene - perfect roles for those with minimal rehearsal availability. Gospel singers are also needed for musical numbers.

In addition to the case, we are also still looking for some behind the scenes volunteers: stage manager and assistants and a set designer/construction lead.

Actors will have opportunities to read from the script, but may also perform a dramatic monologue if they have prepared one. This production contains racial and sexual content along with strong language. Gunshot effects will be used during the performance.
This production is sponsored by the Alabama 200 Bicentennial Commission.
Auditions will be held August 6th and 7th, 6 - 8 pm at JDCAC
with callbacks on August 9th.

What's all the excitement??
The Musical Adventures of
Flat Stanley Jr.

Auditions will be held
August 13th  - 14th, 3 - 6 pm.
Callbacks, by invitation, August 16th.

Click on the image for complete details and for our exclusive Flat Stanley travel page. Where will you take your Flat Stanley?

Performances will be
October 3rd–6th, and 8th
at the JDCAC.
For more info contact Director, Melanie Brown
Be sure to check out exclusive
Flat Stanley travel page

Click on the coloring sheet to print your very own Flat Stanley. Color to make him very photogenic and then take him with you on your summer travels. Add your pictures to Facebook travel page or on Instagram @flatstanleyaub.

Where will YOU take Flat Stanley??

Fall Session begins next month — register now before the classes are full!


These acting classes are suited for all levels of theater experience and are designed to inspire imagination, creativity, teach teamwork, and build confidence. Students will be exposed to theater fundamentals through scene works, improvisation activities and more.

During this fall term, the classes are technique-based,
so we will focus on developing specific theater skills.

Classes are Tuesdays September 4th-October 30th and
meet at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center

Sign up for your age group:

ACT I: (Ages 5-8), 4-5 pm

ACT II: (Ages 9-11), 5-6 pm

ACT III: (Ages 12-18), 5-6 pm

A special presentation at the end of the session
gives everyone a chance to shine on stage.

Registration is handled through the Auburn Parks and Recreation Dept (Harris Center, 425 Perry Ave.).
Complete a waiver and photo release using these links to complete your paperwork - classes fill up fast!

Find this info on our website and email  Melanie Brown  for more details

Opelika High School announces their season. Watch for A Midsummer Night's Dream performances in September!

Want to be a part of AACT productions? 

There are lots of volunteer opportunities - both on stage and off. We're working hard to fill season-long positions and per-show positions.Get involved behind the scenes with AACT by emailing our volunteer committee.  With so many ways to volunteer, it's easy to find a task to fit any schedule. 
Click below to get started!
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