- Your Visit
After successful runs on stages in London and Chicago, David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross moved to Broadway in 1984 and to the silver screen in the 1992 film of the same name starring Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alec Baldwin, and Kevin Spacey. The combined stage and film versions of Glengarry Glen Ross won the Pulitzer Prize, a Tony award, and several Academy Award nominations.
Featuring bribery, blackmail, theft, and plenty of colorful language, Glengarry Glen Ross – named for key real estate property in the plot – casts a harsh light on deceptive business practices and the desperation that drives people to compromise their morals for success.
Conceived and directed by EPAC's Center Stage Summer
Theater Camp and Kids4Kids Series Director Irving I. Gonzalez, this year's
At The Movies revue will feature songs
from musicals that have been influenced by old Hollywood, Broadway film
adaptations, or films turned into Broadway musicals.
Performers interested in auditioning for this performance can visit our auditions page for more information.
Heathers The Musical ran off-Broadway at New World Stages from March to August 2014. Directed by Artistic Director Edward R. Fernandez, EPAC's production will bring audiences right into the center of the dark, devious, and fun action! "Bringing edgy, adult modern musicals to life is what EPAC's reputation has been built on and has made EPAC a destination for the serious theater goer," says Fernandez. EPAC will continue that legacy when it brings Heathers The Musical to life in the fall of 2016. "Heathers is one of my favorite films of the 1990’s. I'm so excited to bring this darkly-comic cult film to musical life on the EPAC stage".
EPAC's Center Stage Summer Theater Camp returns for its twelfth year, giving campers entering grades 1-7 in the fall a chance to experience the theatrical process with a newly designed hands-on approach. Read all about it!
EPAC Center Stage Summer Theater Camp proudly presents its end of the summer program showcase performance of The Art of Expressions Throughout the Decades, a musical experience of song, dance, and expressions on August 8th at 7 PM. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 717-733-7966.
At EPAC, we try to explore all facets of human experience. This essential part of our identity is reflected in the eclecticism of our choices for the plays and musicals we share with our audiences. The world is endlessly fascinating, full of different types of people leading different lives. Let's explore all that we can.
As a nonprofit community based theater organization EPAC is committed to remain a vital part of both the Lancaster County Arts and Business communities. The Ephrata Performing Arts Center is a prime opportunity for artistic expression and community conscious business enterprise to form a meaningful partnership. Allow our passion to partner with your financial support and together we will achieve a lasting artistic legacy for future generations to cherish! Check out all of our sponsorship and advertising opportunities.