• Related Links
    A list of links to related local organizations.
  • Founding Patrons

    These are the names of the founding patrons of the Oxford Area Community Theater. Without their faith in the future of community theater in our town, we wouldn’t be here.

    The Oxford Area Community Theater (OxACT) is one of the “Enduring Partners” of the Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC), and is responsible for laying the foundations of fundraising and design that established the beginnings of the Center as a space celebrate all of the arts in Oxford and the surrounding areas.

    The following is a summary of the progression of events and financial decisions as recorded in the OxACT meeting minutes and treasurer’s reports from August, 1997 to March, 1999, in regards to the creation and funding of the Oxford Community Arts Center project in the Oxford College building.

    During this ...

  • Mission Statement

    The mission of the Oxford Area Community Theatre shall be to provide the community with the highest quality amateur theatre possible. In order to achieve our goal, OxACT will present a mixture of musicals, dramas, and comedies from the classical and contemporary repertoire. We will do our best to achieve balance ...

  • Our Home

    The Oxford Area Community Theater resides in the Oxford Community Arts Center, which began life as the Oxford Presbyterian Female Institute. The Oxford Female Institute was founded by John Witherspoon Scott in 1849, with the building going up in 1850. At that time most institutions of higher education, including Miami University, were for men only. ...