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Midcoast Youth Theater is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing performing arts opportunities to young people in Midcoast Maine. We engage 200-500 participants each season. Participation in an MYT production builds more than theatrical skill and experience.  Our engaged, creative, multi-generational mentorship builds important character assets in our children such as tolerance, cooperation, respect, creative problem-solving, confidence, public-speaking skills, team-work and leadership.

Thanks to our 2015 Season Sponsors, Midcoast Youth Theater will delight and engage our children and our community: Shrek sponsor, the Dental office of Jeremy Burden; Season Sponsors: The The George P. Davenport Trust, Bath Savings Institution, The Ameriprise financial planning office of Scott Lemieux, and the Acupuncture office of Julie Meyer; and special thanks to our Foundation sponsor, the Davis Family Foundation for such a generous grant to allow MYT to expand our summer program to better meet the needs of our youngest participants!

The Heart of Midcoast Youth Theater

Our rehearsals and productions are magical. The magic is in the children, in the look of accomplishment in their eyes. It’s in the generosity of the children and teens as they mentor littler ones, support one another, and help cast members with special needs.  It’s in the singing and dancing on stage—the sum of so much hard work, and the expression of such focus and mastery. It's in the multi-generational community that is created for all who participate. It's all the magic of the theater that delights us and our audiences. In short, it’s the heart of Midcoast Youth Theater that inspires us and keeps us going.

Since it’s inception in 2003, MYT has produced and performed over 40 musicals starring hundreds of community members of all ages. Henry Eichmann, our founder, continues to give tirelessly of his time and is always generous with kindness and encouragement.