Umpqua Actors Community Theatre (UACT) produces a wide range of theatre productions which are volunteer led and involve several hundred volunteers during the course of each season.
The Betty Long Unruh Theatre was originally built in 1917 as an armory. It sat vacant for many years until 1987 when the organization was looking for a permanent home and came across the empty building. Seeing the building’s potential, the board sought out a donor. Dr. John Unruh answered the call, and the old armory was reborn into the Betty Long Unruh Theatre.