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York Theatre Company

New York, NY

Est. 1985. The York Theatre Company is a birthplace for new literate, intimate musicals, and a place where underappreciated musical gems from the past are rediscovered. We provide support for the creators of new musical theatre, as well as a showcase for new musical theatre talent of all kinds. We also provide students with opportunities for hands-on theatre education; and Serve the community by presenting free or low-cost musical theatre performances to under-served audiences.

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