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Andrew Lloyd Webber's

Whistle Down the Wind

A fugitive is caught between the prejudice of adults and the innocence of the young. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics by Jim Steinman The EPAC Repertory Company will present Whistle Down the Wind, March 22nd - 25th, at the Robert Eckert Theater. Directed by Patrick Foti, with musical direction by Paula Bacorn, this amazing local cast has the opportunity to produce this Andrew Lloyd Webber show for the first time in the Southern Tier. Read more
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Devin Spears Scholarship Talent Showcase Fundraiser

The Endicott Performing Arts Center, located at 102 Washington Avenue in Endicott, presents a talent showcase every year.  All the proceeds from the showcase benefit the "Devin Spears Memorial Scholarship Fund".  The fund awards scholarships to local graduating high school seniors pursuing higher education in the arts. (more…)...
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M&T Bank Commits to Supporting the Endicott Performing Arts Center

The Endicott Performing Arts Center, a non-profit community theater and performance school, has received a pledge of substantial support from M&T Bank.  During a recent tour of the Robert Eckert Theater, Regional President Peter Newman and Vice President of Business Banking Carl Speicher committed to substantial support in continuing the mission of the Endicott Performing Arts Center. (more…)...
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EPAC: 20th Anniversary Season

EPAC is Celebrating its' 20th Anniversary with a jam packed 2018 Season!

The Endicott Performing Arts Center is proud to announce its' 20th Anniversary Season, 2018. EPAC was incorporated in 1998 when it began restoration of the 1917 Lyric Theater, and now continues to operate out of the oldest theater in the Greater Binghamton area. This year EPAC will be producing full scale Broadway Musicals, Kids Theater Workshops, dramas, variety shows, Rock Projects, dance projects, Shakespeare in the Park, and much much more. The EPAC venue will also...
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We're entering the holiday entertainment season, and BAMirror reviewers are going to be as busy as elves, either writing about other people's performances or participating in their own concerts and shows. Therefore, it seems like the perfect time to revive our once-regular "what did you do" Monday query. In the comment section, BAMirror readers -- and writers -- can offer a quick summary of their weekend's entertainment adventures. Over the past two weekends, I've attended the exuberant EPAC production of The Producers and Tri-Cities Opera's powerful presentation...
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Reviewed by Nancy Oliveri

When Andrea Gregori wrote her bucket list, there was something she definitely wanted to cross off of it: the chance to play Eliza Doolittle in a fully staged production of Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady.

Now she can.

Gregori’s Theatre Street Productions has collaborated with the Endicott Performing Arts Center and its Executive Director, Patrick Foti, to bring the show to life. The group has been in...

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Reviewed by Nancy Oliveri

Six women’s lives play out in a Louisiana beauty parlor in Steel Magnolias, a two-act play by Robert Harling that was made into a star-studded film in 1989. I've never seen the movie, but I found the stage version  engaging, as directed by Lorraine Tennant and Matt Gaska at the Endicott Performing Arts Center.

Over the course of nearly three years, at the end of the big hair decade of the...

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