The Robert Eckert Theater (EPAC) is participating in A Community Thrives challenge with an opportunity to receive a 25-thousand-dollar grant from now until September 28th

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many arts facilities that support and teach the arts to close their doors, or provide virtual workshops and performances.

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The Robert Eckert Theater (EPAC) has started their on-line digital platform, allowing them to provide quality performances and education to our community and beyond, at an affordable price.

EPAC has always had the ability to provide on-line high-quality performances, and hosting virtual events, but an upgrade to improve the theater, would turn the facility into a full service video production studio.

The studio would be available to others in the community who are in need of production and virtual events.

EPAC is asking the community for their support.

The A Community Thrives challenge will give a $5000 grant to the facility that received the most sole donations, and a larger grant of $25,000 to the organization that raises the most on-line donations.

Any donation is appreciated and  all funds go to support the programs and services at The Robert Eckert Theater (EPAC).

[via EPAC]


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