We’re EXCITED!! EPAC 2020! The Endicott Performing Arts Center is a non-profit or-ganization whose mission is to provide an affordable and high quality venue to local, regional and touring performing artists enabling them to present, develop, & improve their artistic efforts. At the same time, we promote the arts to the public through various artistic mediums such as children and adult musicals, plays, theater workshops, live concerts, and performing arts instruction.
Over the past 22 years, EPAC has: Renovated and operates the Endicott Performing Arts Center out of the historic 103 year old theater formerly known as the “Lyric Theater” on Washington Avenue, in Endicott. To provide a means for thousands of community youth to gain information and education about all aspects of the performing arts through the EPAC Kids’ Theater Workshops and the EPAC School for the Performing Arts. While presenting a diverse array of affordable and free high quality performing arts events to our community through the EPAC Repertory Company, Rock Project, and Shakespeare in the Park productions. EPAC brings over 22,000 people to the down-town Business District of Endicott each year for performances, classes, rehearsals, and meetings. It also attracts hundreds of people to the “Little Italy” district each year with its free outdoor Shake-speare in the Park event and Festival at the George W. Johnson Park in Endicott, helping to make our community a better place to live.
These are just a few examples of how EPAC makes a difference in our community every year; and none of it is possible without the support of our Donors, Sponsors and patrons. In that spirit, we ask you to please support EPAC’s efforts this upcoming season with a gift to our Annual Appeal. Your donation will assist us as we work to preserve this over 100 year-old regional landmark and continue to provide our community with high quality performing arts events and education.
General Operating Support is provided to the Endicott Performing Arts Center by a grant from the Broome County Arts Council's United Cultural Fund.