"It's" Halloween! Time for "Trick or Treat... Take a Seat".
This is our 4th year in providing the community with a safe environment to trick or treat, and enjoy a theatrical show in the same venue. Take a tour through the theater while collecting candy and interacting with Halloween characters of all kinds. This year we will be featuring fun family Halloween themes ranging from The Nightmare before Christmas, to The Day of the Dead.
You may even see a red balloon, but don't be scared this is family fun for all ages. Then there will be classic Halloween themed cartoons on the big screen, and theatrical skits and dance performances on the stage after trick or treating. Make sure you come in costume!
All help and donations are needed and appreciated, thanks for your support in the past and future.
The EPAC Halloween, 'Trick or Treat... Take a Seat
$5 General Admission (at the door)
Friday and Saturday, October 27th & 28th @ 7pm
(movies and performances start at 8pm)
Endicott Performing Arts Center - Robert Eckert Theater
102 Washington Ave. Endicott, NY 13760
EPAC Box Office (Mon. - Fri. / 9am - 5pm)
The mission of EPAC is to promote the arts to the public through various artistic mediums such as musicals, plays, children and adult theater workshops, concerts, and performing arts instruction. EPAC's vision is the continued restoration of the Historical "Lyric" theater which was built in 1917 through the offering of artistic mediums to local community, schools, groups, and associations for theatrical performances, educational purposes, special events and training programs. EPAC also strives to continually provide the highest quality musical theater, comedy, dance, and dramatic theater experiences, by promoting an ethnically diverse array of local artists and talent in order to expand the artistic horizons and experiences of the local community. EPAC will continue to be guided by its principles and commitments to inclusiveness, respecting people, valuing diversity, and equality.
General Operating Support is provided to the Endicott Performing Arts Center by a grant from the Broome County Arts Council's United Cultural Fund.