You may be looking for a way to support creativity and the arts in Dayton. If so, consider a bequest – a gift made through your will or trust – which is among the most popular ways to give back. More »
A beneficiary designation gift is a simple and affordable way to make a gift to support Victoria Theatre Association. You can designate our organization as a beneficiary of a retirement, investment or bank account, or your life insurance policy. More »
There are many combination gift options that can make your giving go farther than a simple gift of cash or property. More »
to ensure the preforming arts and the venues that house them continue to thrive in the Miami Valley for generations to come.
Our VISION is to be a leading artistic and economic driver for Dayton and the Miami Valley Region.
Our MISSION is to enrich lives in our community with quality entertainment, education and artistic engagement.
Victoria Theatre Association (VTA), located in the heart of downtown Dayton, is one of the city's premier not-for-profit arts organizations. We present more than 300 performances for all ages and interests each year, including touring Broadway, comedians, concerts, films, and family shows.
Nearly half a million people attended performances and events last year in our facilities.
In addition to the Premier Health Broadway Series, Victoria Theatre Association also presents the Morris Furniture Co. Family Series, the Cool Films Series, Projects Unlimited Star Attractions, the National Geographic Live Series presented by Subaru of America and Wagner Subaru, and the Discovery Series, which features curriculum-enhanced live theatre productions for school children.
Incorporated in 1976 as Victory Theatre Association, the organization played a crucial role in saving the Victoria Theatre (then the Victory Theatre) from demolition. The organization purchased the Victory Theatre in 1978 and restored its gilded Victorian beauty. In 1988, the Arts Center Foundation acquired the Victory Theatre from Victory Theatre Association and completed a $17.5 million renovation project. Following the renovation, it was rechristened the Victoria Theatre and Victory Theatre Association became Victoria Theatre Association.