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EPAC is proud to present this timeless tale of a twentieth century American family in crisis. Death of a Salesman is the story of the last days of Willy Loman, a veteran salesman who is haunted by the idealistic American Dream, a vision which promises a better life for himself and his family. His failures haunt him as he struggles to reconcile his past and accept his inevitable fate. Recently named by Entertainment Weekly as the best play of the last 100 years, this relevant American classic will surely be an EPAC event to remember.
EPAC would like to thank our wonderful sponsors who made this show possible.
Death of a Salesman is co-sponsored by Ephrata National Bank. Opening night performance is sponsored by Dr. Evan and Dr. Karen Cooper. Individual performance sponsors are Karl and Marilyn Soutner, and opening night party sponsors are Larry and Dr. Cindy Gessler.
EPAC's 2014 season media sponsor is Blue Ridge Communications.
The second installment of this EPAC favorite event promises to entertain the entire family! Come and see the future of
EPAC in this gathering of young talent on the Sharadin Bigler stage. This cabaret style performance is sure to delight
the senses while further demonstrating the power the performing arts can have in teaching discipline and teamwork to
young artists. Tickets for this event are $15 and go quickly, so get your family together and save this date!
Few Broadway shows possess the alluring appeal of Kander and Ebb’s classic Cabaret! This sensual and romantic tale of the young British dance girl Sally Bowles and the optimistic American writer Cliff Bradshaw is told through their many experiences as they struggle in depression-era Berlin.
Perhaps no other theater in the region is better suited for this type of material than EPAC. Come see for yourself, as the intimate space that is EPAC's Sharadin Bigler Theater is transformed into the German Kit Kat Klub. And don’t worry…we won’t tell mama you came.
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In our 2014 season, we will present a group of exciting shows, some of which are new to our stage while others are time-tested classics definitely worth another look. From the upbeat, modern fun of Legally Blonde to the dark, tuneful and still-provocative Cabaret, from the sweeping romanticism of Agnes of God to the powerhouse drama of Death of a Salesman and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, EPAC's 2014 offerings will both challenge and entertain.
If you are a longtime EPAC family member, please join us for another year of great theatre. If you have never subscribed, please join us for the first time. We look forward to seeing you all. See the entire 2014 show schedule
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