- Your Visit
Hair is rated R, as it contains full frontal nudity, frank sexual talk, language, drug use and adult situations.
If you’re up for a wild ride, Hair is the show for you. It’s a trippy show full of sexy rebellion, radical rock, and the probing questions that face every one of us. Theater fans will love finding all of the hidden Shakespeare gems, and music fans will be dancing in their seats.
Directed by Pat Kautter
EPAC would like to thank our wonderful sponsors who made this show possible.
EPAC's opening night performance sponsor is Mark Pontz, Publisher of Fine Living Lancaster Magazine.
EPAC's opening night party will be held at Lily's on Main/Main Theatre.
EPAC's show sponsor is The Hill.
EPAC's 2017 season sponsor is 12:34 MicroTechnologies.
EPAC's 2017 season sponsor is Commonwealth Charter Academy -- CCA.
EPAC's 2017 season media sponsor is Blue Ridge Communications.
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.
EPAC's 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.
Due to the popular demand and overwhelming request, EPAC’s Center Stage Summer Theater Camp will now open camp registration to students entering grades 8 and 9. We will also extend the 10 percent discounted rate for anyone who registers by April 30*.
*please note this only applies to new registries. We cannot pro-rate to those registries already registered.
The Cripple of Inishmaan is a dark yet surprisingly touching comedy-drama by Martin McDonagh. Witness a remote Irish village in the 1930s in which everyone goes a little crazy — and they’re rather crazy under normal circumstances — when they hear that filmmakers from Hollywood will be making a movie in their town. The play is set on the small Aran Islands community of Inishmaan off the western coast of Ireland in 1934, where the inhabitants are excited to learn of a Hollywood film crew's arrival in neighboring Inishmore to make a documentary about life on the islands. "Cripple" Billy Claven, eager to escape the gossip, poverty, and boredom of Inishmaan, vies for a part in the film; and to everyone's surprise, the orphan and outcast gets his chance . . . or so some believe. The Cripple of Inishmaan is a major play from one of our best modern playwrights. Sweet and sentimental as well as dark and brooding, it is as sweet and savory as a hearty Irish stew.
We are preparing another season of great theater for you. In each of next year's shows, the leading character goes on a life-changing journey. Some of the journeys lead to love and joy. Some lead to a greater appreciation for our common humanity. As in real life, some do not end happily. Each of these plays and musicals tells a compelling story about how the choices we make in life help us discover who we really are. 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.