Young Victorian Theatre Company
Since 1971 in Baltimore, MD USA

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Young Vic is very fortunate to have a broad circle of supporters like you who are passionate about Baltimore's diverse and vibrant theatre scene.

Did you know at our Yeomen of the Guard patron level, you can pay for a lead singer? Or at our Peers of the Realm level, you can pay for a projector rental so everyone will enjoy surtitles of the lyrics? Even at one of our other patron levels, you can contribute in an important and meaningful way.

Patron Giving Levels

  • Her Majesty’s Yeomen of the Guard $1,000+
  • Peers of the Realm $500 to $999
  • Knights Baronet $250 to $499
  • Savoyards $100 to $249
  • Friends of the Young Vic $10 to $99

Producing high quality musicals is costly. But with careful management and planning and by keeping our overhead costs to a minimum, Young Vic is on solid financial ground. So you are assured that your generous donation in any amount will be used thoughtfully and responsibly.

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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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2017 Season Corporate Sponsor

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


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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.