This season is a time to celebrate family and friends. We are so grateful to count you as a part of our Victory family. While the past few months have brought extraordinary hardship to the arts community, we have proven to be a resilient bunch, and are hard at work planning our return.
Theatre has an unmatched superpower to connect, inspire, and give hope where there often is none. We know theatre has an integral role to play in healing our community. When we are able to re-open, we will continue to build on our 40 year successful history as a home for critically-acclaimed productions and artists. We are anxious to welcome back the many actors, directors, writers, designers and technicians who make the theatre truly a home.
We were fortunate to receive a grant from the Los Angeles Arts Commission that will pay for a portion of the projected costs. We are turning to you to help us fund the additional $25,000 needed to move forward. The arts may be the last to be permitted to return to in-person business, but our goal is to continue to serve the community we’ve called home for 40 years. Will you consider a gift to help ensure The Victory’s safe and swift return?
We look forward to having you rejoin our creative family as our treasured audience. YOU are the magic of theatre. Thank you for your consideration The Victory during this critical time.
Tom, Maria & The Board of Directors
The Victory Theatre is a member of a coalition of intimate theatres in Los Angles that meets weekly to discuss the future of theatre in Los Angeles post COVID-19. We are committed to raising the bar and pushing the boundaries of professional theatre. At weekly virtual roundtables, we continue to remind each other that theatre is a collaborative art form, in every sense of the word. We are stronger together as one community regardless of company size.
Help celebrate 40 years of new plays and exciting intimate theatre.
The Victory Center Theatre is a small theatre, but what’s experienced here is large. Small space cultivates closeness; shared experience creates connection and community. Since 1980, the Victory Theatre has presented over 100 productions and 100 workshops, 80% of which have been NEW plays.
We're raising $40,000 for 40 Years of Innovation & New Voices.