- Your Visit
EPAC is thrilled to be presenting Tracy Letts's savagely funny tragicomedy August: Osage County. It took Broadway by storm in 2008, and we’re confident it will do the same at EPAC.
Set in the Oklahoma county of the title, the play centers on the Weston family. The parents, Beverly and Violet, are in their sixties. When father Beverly suddenly disappears, their three adult daughters and Violet’s sister show up (with their various men) to deal with the crisis. But no one really wants to deal with Violet, who has mouth cancer, an addiction to painkillers, and a vicious disposition. It’s not long before all hell breaks loose.
With artistic director Edward R. Fernandez at the helm, you can be sure that dramatic thrills await you. Take a trip to Osage County and watch the Westons put the fun back in dysfunctional.
Join King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table on a convoluted quest for the Holy Grail in the EPAC musical comedy Spamalot. Eric Idle’s Monty Python parody first stormed the Broadway stage in 2005 and quickly ascended to must-see status for fans of the cult classic movie!
With EPAC artistic director Edward R. Fernandez leading, prepare to watch this Arthurian cult classic come to life! Take a comedic trip back to Camelot and watch Arthurian legends 'eat ham, and jam, and Spam a lot.'
EPAC's 2015 Center Stage Summer Theater Camp is designed to inspire creativity, exercise the imagination, promote artistic confidence, and explore unique and exciting ways to tell enriching stories through the theater arts. Our professional staff will nurture individual talents in an environment rich with creative collaboration and team building concepts. This program is designed to help the young creative mind both onstage and in the classroom environment. Visit our our camp page for more information.
EPAC is on an artistic roll, and the 2015 season promises to be no different. We have put together an amazing selection of plays and musicals that will make you laugh, cry, sing out loud, and contemplate our common humanity. As you make your entertainment plans for next year, we encourage you to subscribe now and be part of the wonderful season of theater entertainment that matters that EPAC is offering in 2015. For advanced subscription information go to our 2015 season page.
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