Young Victorian Theatre Company
Since 1971 in Baltimore, MD USA
Coming July 2016!
  • Iolanthe: Coming This Summer


Baltimore's summertime favorite. Young Vic is a summer repertory theatre dedicated to the works of Gilbert & Sullivan. With a professional orchestra, choreography and staging, we attract the best in young musical talent from across the nation.

The Show

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Welcome to Arcadia, where the popular fairy Iolanthe returns from banishment to her fairy sisters. Her half-fairy son Strephon has his eye on Phyllis, a beautiful mortal, but a misunderstanding leads Phyllis to reject him. The rebuff sparks a full-scale fairy uprising. The fairy Queen decrees Strephon to enter Parliament where his political changes blanche the establishment and create political pandemonium. If you've ever watched House of Cards, then you may find Iolanthe to be all that, and much more!

Performance Dates

  • Sat, July 168:00 pm
  • Sun, July 173:00 pm
  • Thu, July 21 (Family Night!)7:30 pm
  • Sat, July 238:00 pm
  • Sun, July 243:00 pm


  • Sinex Theater
  • Macfarlane Arts Center
  • Roland Park Country School
  • 5204 Roland Avenue
  • Baltimore, Maryland 21210

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About Young Vic

The Young Victorian Theatre Company is Baltimore's beloved Gilbert & Sullivan musical theatre company. Now in our fifth decade, we have grown from a group of high school students into a full-fledged performing arts organization that regularly garners praise from audiences and the media. 

Artistically esteemed and fiscally stable, Young Vic is committed to producing professional-level productions of the G&S canon. We're Baltimore’s longest tenured musical theatre and part of our mission is to attract young people to this art form, either in the seats or onstage in a production.

Please show your support and donate as a patron or contact us to become a volunteer.

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Group Rates

Tickets are 10% off for groups of 10 or more attending the same performance. Simply order your tickets online and the discount is automatically applied at checkout.

Please note that the group discount is not available on Family Night, which is already discounted.


All performances are enhanced with projected surtitles above the auditorium stage.


It's a lot of fun staging a theatrical production. And a lot of work too!  We always need volunteers for ushering, stage crew, social media and more. Please fill out our brief volunteer form.

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Young Vic is Baltimore's longest-tenured musical theatre. But ticket sales do not cover our ever-increasing costs. Show your support today!

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2016 Season Corporate Sponsor

Kramon & Graham PA   One South Street, Suite 2600   Baltimore, MD 21202

Generous Support Also Provided By

The Young Victorian Theatre Company is funded by an operating grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. Funding for the Maryland State Arts Council is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

The Young Victorian Theatre Company is a nonprofit professional summer repertory theatre.