- Your Visit
Described at its premiere by The New York Times as a “sunny new play about gloomy people,” Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike comes to EPAC after a successful run on Broadway and several awards, including a 2013 Tony Award for Best Play.
Featuring an array of themes from Anton Chekhov’s works, the play calls on classic works in more ways than just the siblings’ names – but audiences need not be familiar with the Russian playwright’s catalogue to enjoy the characters’ antics. Directed by Pat Kautter, this will be the area premier of this popular modern comedy.
EPAC and Fine Living Lancaster to Host Black Carpet Event to Launch American Idiot
Wednesday, July 20 th at 6:00 p.m.
Guests are invited to dress in their punk rock best, walk the black carpet, and enjoy themed
food, drinks, and activities that evening.
Visit our events page for details.
American Idiot opened in 2009 at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre and in 2010 moved to Broadway, where it went on to win two Tony awards and a Grammy during its 122-show run. Adapted from a concept album by successful recording artists Green Day, American Idiot follows the lives of three young men searching for meaning in their lives as they keep running into troubles at every turn
A perfect event to bring your own kids to, EPAC's Got Talent will take place on June 25 at 7:30pm in the Sharadin Bigler Theater. General admission tickets are $15.
Register by May27th for auditions on June 5th.
For more information visit our events page.
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!
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.
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