We look to summer with increasing optimism and the excitement of more activities and events opening in our community, and EPAC will be offering some workshops and stage performances.

The Endicott Performing Arts Center (EPAC) is gearing up for an array of events starting this month with a fundraising Dance show on June 24th titled Heroes in Humanism, and a rock project called Feel The Flames that tells the story of two metal heads who create a small town band and featuring the music of Metallica.

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In we mentioned in a previous article the annual Shakespearean Festival in August which will feature the EPAC Youth Troupe in a version of “A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream”

EPAC is always introducing our kids to the wonderful world of theater and the arts with a series of workshops that include a Teen Workshop presentation on August 5th through the 8th   titled “Be More Chill” and a Kids Workshop presentation of Disney’s “Descendants” August 12th through the 15th

EPAC has uploaded a series of Puppet Shows and other presentations to their YouTube Channel for viewing.

Endicott Performing Arts Center maintains social distancing protocols with masks required.

It is so nice to see the arts and entertainment venues start to open once again, if you get a chance this summer come on out and support local not for profit organizations like the Endicott Performing Arts Center, located at 102 Washington Ave. Endicott, NY 13760 Phone-607 785 8903

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