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For the second year in a row, BAMirror sends a big shout-out and thank you to Rich Ives of Owego, who compiled a nifty graphic about upcoming musicals at local high schools and made it available to us. (more…)...
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"Joseph" cast at EPACReviewed by Ralph Hall Over the past eight years I have seen several Endicott Performing Arts Center productions, and without hesitation Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the very best. Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice’s musical is uniquely produced with a cast representing the wide diversity of all those associated with EPAC, including the children’s chorus. Director Patrick Foti has given the play its Broadway interpretation with the special addition of what...
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By Ralph Hall [caption id="attachment_2828" align="alignleft" width="318" caption="EPAC as a work in progress"]EPAC as a work in progress[/caption] Throughout the Americas and Europe, there are hundreds of community theaters, but there is only one Endicott Performing Arts Center (EPAC)! EPAC is a unique, comprehensive and community-committed not-for-profit organization serving the Broome County area and making a difference in economics, the arts and education. The activities of this company are so very diverse in serving many...
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Sure there were a few cancellations or postponements, but the lively arts remained lively this past week, despite the storm. I caught a knockout performance of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at Union-Endicott High School. Kudos to directors Jim Gleason, Joe Brainard and Chris Weber; to their production staff and to the very talented student cast. Do those kids (and all the kids in the audience) realize how lucky they are, in the age of synthesizers and recorded soundtracks, to hear a Broadway musical with...
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