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The York Theatre Company
4768 Broadway, #533
New York, NY 10034
The York Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
EIN #: 13-3550290
The York Theatre Company is proud to honor the memory of talented lyricist-librettist Felicia Needleman, through our production of The Jerusalem Syndrome and our ongoing work.
We work round the clock to bring you musicals all year long. Help us keep bringing musicals to life and consider donating to our 2023 End-of-Year Campaign.
These staged concert readings of musical theater gems of the past are an important part of the York's work, and they cannot take place without your support.
Each Summer and Winter, The York hosts a Musical Theatre Training Program (MTTP) for students from all over the country and world to study with the industry's top artists. Help support a scholarship today.
To commemorate Jim Morgan's 25 years as Producing Artistic Director of The York Theatre Company, The Jim Morgan Fund will support projects that are important to him and continue our unique mission.
Click to help The York produce one — or more! — of its 30-plus developmental readings a year.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the friends and family members of beloved York patron, Sally Smith. The York will be accepting donations made in her memory.
Help us continue to support the next generation of musical theatre writers with our NEO program, which helps develop, mentor, and showcase their work.
A generous donation has been given in the name of Mildred Kayden to help fund scholarships for our Education Program and to support emerging writers of musical theatre. Giving to the Mildred Kayden Fund will help us to continue our mission of bringing new musicals to life.
Longtime board member Robert Goldberg started this fund in honor of his mother, Rhoda. The York honors both of their memories with this fund, and are accepting donations in their memory.
The York honors the memory of longtime York Theatre Company board member and supporter Austin Graham.