Ephrata Performing Arts Center – Past Productions

2000

Grease
Assassins
The Man Who Came to Dinner
Camelot

1999

Godspell
Plaza Suite
Sunday in the Park with George
La Cage Aux Follies

1998

Kiss of the Spider Woman
Lucky Stiff
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
Anything Goes

1997

Guys and Dolls
Passion
Crimes of the Heart
The Boys from Syracuse

1996

Gypsy
The Skin of Our Teeth
Ruthless
Chess

1995

Nunsense
Six Degrees of Separation
The Fantasticks
Steel Magnolias
Into the Woods

1994

The Secret Garden
The Foreigner
The Robber Bridegroom
The Mystery of Irma Vep
Jesus Christ Superstar

1993

Carnival
A Couple of White Chicks
Fools
Starting, Starting Now
Sweeney Todd

1992

Chicago
The Cemetary Club
Dames at Sea
The Night of the Iguana
Man of La Mancha

1991

Candide
Da
Once Upon A Mattress
Voice of the Prarie
Cabaret

1990

Little Shop of Horrors
Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
Ernest in Love
House of Blue Leaves
Anything Goes

1989

Company
The Sunshine Boys
Golddust
Ten Little Indians
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

1988

A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum
Round and Round the Garden
Take Me Along
Rope
Godspell

1987

Sherlock Holmes and the Curious Adventure of The Clockwork Prince
The Mousetrap
Over Here
Mornings at Seven
The Saga of San City

Fall in Love with Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at EPAC

Purchase Tickets Online December 6 to December 22 Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice Book by Linda Woolverton 1994 Tony Award Nominee for Best Musical, Best Book for a Musical, and Best Original Score Recommended for All Audiences Disney's...

Rock on with Hedwig and the Angry Inch at EPAC!

October 18 – November 3 Text by John Cameron Mitchell Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask 2014 Tony Award Best Revival of a Musical Recommended for Adult Audiences Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a gender-bent musical by John Cameron Mitchell with music and lyrics by...

Join EPAC for a special Picnic

By William Inge September 6 – September 15 Winner of the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Recommended for Teen and Adult Audiences Picnic is a Pulitzer prize-winning play by William Inge about life in 1950s Kansas. You never know what will happen at the neighborhood...