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"'Salesman' offers gut-wrenching, life-changing ride"Laura Knowles, Lancaster Online
Death of a Salesman is the quintessential American play. It focuses on the final days of aging salesman Willy Loman and his haunting reflections of his frustrating pursuit of the elusive American Dream.
"Outstanding Performances in Ephrata Performing Arts Center's DEATH OF A SALESMAN"Kelli Curtin, Theatre Sensation
Arthur Miller's tragic tale transcends time and is perhaps more relevant today than it was when it made its Broadway premier in 1949. As many struggle to recover from the Great Recession, Willy Loman is watching. Willy's reflection on his own failures will resonate with the struggle many American families face today.
"EPAC 'Dead On'"Michael C. Upton, The Ephrata Review
EPAC is thrilled to present this look into the lives of the Loman family. We invite you to take a journey with us as we seek to understand what it means to live and work in this great land we call America. Opening night party at Olde Lincoln House.
"Attention Must Be Paid to DEATH OF A SALESMAN at EPAC"Marakay Rogers, Broadway World
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.
You can take home an original limited edition piece of art to always remember the timeless American classic Death of a Salesman. These one-of-a-kind treasures will be sold for $10 while they last and will be signed and numbered by the artist to verify their authenticity.
Only 20 of these original masterful works will be produced, so act now to secure a piece of EPAC history that you and your family will cherish for years to come!
Once purchased, your artwork will be available for pick-up at the theater during the run of the show, September 4 - 20. Sorry, shipping is not available. Please bring your email confirmation as proof of purchase when you come to pick up your artwork.
Yes, one of these limited pieces will be secured and signed by the entire cast and crew of EPAC's production of Death of a Salesman.
This special legacy piece is going to be raffled during the run of Death of a Salesman with the drawing to be held closing day, Sept 20. You need not be present to win! Raffle tickets will be sold 1 for $5, 3 for $10, and 8 for $20, with all proceeds benefiting the Ephrata Performing Arts Center, your home for theater that matters!