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

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

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  • Jan 11

    Jan. 11 Auditions for "Little Women"

    Wednesday, Jan. 11, 3-6 p.m. | Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, room N-147

    Audition for the winter main stage production of "Little Women." Auditions will consist of cold readings of the play. All are welcome to audition! For more information, contact Jennifer Jett at or 503-594-3153.

  • Jan 13

    Jan. 13 Student Performance Showcase auditions

    Friday, Jan. 13, 1-2 p.m. | Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, room N-147
    Audition for the winter student performance showcase. All are welcome. For more information, contact Jennifer Jett at or 503-594-3153.

  • Mar 2
    To Mar 12

    Winter show: "Little Women" by Kate Hamill

    Thursdays and Fridays, 7:30 p.m. | Saturdays and Sundays, 2:30 p.m. | Purchase tickets 

    Niemeyer Osterman TheatreOregon City campus

    Jo March isn’t your typical Victorian lady. She’s indecorous and headstrong, and one day she’s going to be a great American novelist. As she and her sisters grow up in the middle of the Civil War, they strive to be brave, intelligent and imaginative young women. But as adulthood approaches, each sister must negotiate her private ambitions with society’s expectations. In a war-torn world defined by gender, class and personal tragedy, Jo March gives us her greatest story: that of the March sisters, four dreamers destined to be imperfect little women.

  • Mar 7
    To Mar 8

    March 7-8 Student Performance Showcase

    March 7 and 8, noon and 7:30 p.m. (both days) | Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, room N-147

    Enjoy an evening (or lunch hour) featuring two one-act plays. Free and open to the public. 

Jennifer Jett



Osterman Theater in Niemeyer Center