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Dave recently retired from Ephrata High School, where he was a sixth grade teacher and Theatre Department Director. While there, he championed the growth of the middle and high school theater programs influencing generations of young artists. Dave has directed several EPAC Main Stage and Children's Theatre musicals and is a past president of both the EPAC Board of Directors and the Ephrata Area Education Association. Dave is also a proud member of the New York City Drama League and supports EPAC's mission to provide theater that matters.
Greta joined the board in 2015. She has been involved with the theater intermittently since 2005 when her children first started performing at EPAC. Greta's love for the performing arts started with watching her father perform at the Fulton, where she started ushering when she was 8 years old. For the past 3 years she has helped behind the scenes at EPAC. As a pediatrician Greta cares about our future generation and is excited to help EPAC bring theatre that matters to the future generations.
Lynne joined the Ephrata Performing Arts Center in 2008 as an actor and has performed in a variety of productions on the EPAC stage. With a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Millersville University, her addition to the board of directors helped define theatre that matters. Lynne is employed by Godfrey Advertising in Lancaster and is Chair of EPAC's Marketing Committee. Residing in the Lancaster community with her husband and sons, she looks forward to providing continued service for something she not only feels strongly about, but truly loves.
Robin is the Director of Admission & Outreach at The Janus School. She has been an educator for over thirty years and enjoys sharing her love of theater with students and theater patrons alike. Robin is especially pleased to support the Ephrata Performing Arts Center in their mission to provide theater that matters to the community. Robin and her husband Leonard live in Lancaster and have appeared together as actor and musician in many EPAC productions since 2003.
Steve Sellers earned a B.S. in Finance from Pennsylvania State University, an MBA from York College, and a Masters in Education from Millersville University and is currently in his 14th year as an educator. Prior to becoming a teacher, Steve spent 12 years in the banking industry; most recently as Director of Finance at Moody’s Investors Service in New York City, which suits him well to serve as board treasurer. Steve has been a loyal patron of EPAC for over 18 years. Always entertained and amazed at the quality of the productions, he wishes he had the talent to be on stage at this theater that matters.
Richard M. Repkoe graduated magna cum laude from Elizabethtown College with degrees in both Corporate Communication and Business Administration. Rich also studied Opera Performance at both Florida State and Boston University's School of Performing Arts. Rich has been an EPAC Board member since 2008 where he chaired EPAC’s Development Committee from 2009 – 2011, served as EPAC’s Board Vice President from 2013-2014, and recently as its President from 2015-2016. Rich has been involved in the artistic growth of EPAC since 1992 and has performed in many productions as well as serving as Musical Director, Vocal Director and Director for over ten years. Rich continues to focus on EPAC’s mission to provide thought provoking theater entertainment that matters.
Andrea is excited to join the Ephrata Performing Arts Center Board and is committed to advocating for theater that matters in our community. She currently serves as the Executive Director at the Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce and is very involved in the Lancaster Community. She is also ABD in the American Studies doctoral program at Penn State University, focusing on urban culture and history, gender and sexuality, and the effects of gentrification. Andrea also holds a master’s degree from the University of Delaware in American History and Museum Studies, a master’s degree from Penn State University in American Studies, and bachelor’s degrees in Art History and American Studies from Penn State University. A writer, photographer, and adventurer, Andrea has lived in Lancaster for the past twelve years, but is always traveling somewhere new. She has worked for non-profits for over ten years and also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the LGBT Center of Central PA and the Ephrata Economic Development Corporation. Andrea is looking forward to assisting with development and strategic planning at EPAC going forward.
David is the Administrator of The Groves Retirement Home and President of Safe & Sound Inc., the owner of The Groves. He is also Co-owner of Safe and Sound Properties, a real estate management and renovation company. David currently serves on the board of directors for The Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Ephrata Inc. David passion for the performing arts started as a child while attending summer theatre at Penn State University. This passion allowed him to be active in High School, College and Community Theatre. While attending Penn State University, David served as student reprehensive on the board of the Pa Theatre Association. David is honored to serve on the Board to ensure that EPAC is sustainable to touch and inspire youth for generation to come. David is a strong advocate for connecting and educating the community on EPAC's mission of theater that matters.
Bob spent his youth performing in NYC and pursued a degree in Theatre Arts and Communication. He is currently an Operations Manager for a business in Mechanicsburg. The strong sense of family he found at EPAC, along with the organizations dedication to professionalism, has inspired Bob to dedicate his time as a member of the Board of Directors. Bob serves as chair of the Maintenance Committee and is a member of the Personnel Committee. Bob loves EPAC and will continue to support theater that matters.
Rebecca is proud to serve EPAC in its mission to provide theater that matters. She developed a love of theater as a child and is passionate about the power of theater to transform lives. Rebecca is an attorney and teacher and is currently teaching Mock Trial at Franklin and Marshall College. Rebecca, her husband, Todd, and their two children, Max and Ava, are committed to supporting both the growth of live theater in our community and the development of future generations of performers.
This is Ed's 20th year as Artistic Director of the Ephrata Performing Arts Center. Before moving to Ephrata, he studied Theatre Arts at the Leonard Davies Center for the Performing Arts at the City College of New York. Ed took over the reins as Artistic Director of EPAC in 1997, and his directing and acting credits are too numerous to mention. He has inspired thousands of performers and patrons over the years and his vision is at the core of theater that matters.