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Act or ACT may refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • Acting, action of an actor in a theatrical performance
  • Act (drama), a segment of a performance, such as a play or opera
  • Musical act, an individual or a group of musicians that are recognized as a unit
  • Act (band), a British band
  • A.C.T, a progressive rock band from Sweden
  • ACT Music, a German, Munich-based music label which was founded in 1992
  • ACT Theatre, in Seattle, Washington
  • American Conservatory Theater, in San Francisco, California
  • Acts, a 2012 album by American band RNDM

Businesses and organisations[edit]


Educational institutions[edit]

Government and military[edit]

Professional associations[edit]

Sports organizations[edit]

Other organizations[edit]



Science, technology, and mathematics[edit]



Other uses in science, technology, and mathematics[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • ACT (test), a college placement exam in the US
  • ACT mouthwash, produced by Chattem
  • Act or Acts, an obsolete name for the defence of theses at the University of Oxford and University of Cambridge
  • Acting (rank), in the military when someone assumes a higher rank temporarily
  • Achterhooks (ISO 639-3 language code ACT)

See also[edit]