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EPAC NYC Bus Trip July 31st 2024 to see "HARRY POTTER and the Cursed Child" on Broadway! SOLD OUT

Updated: May 28

SOLD OUT! (updated)

It's time to believe in Magic again, when the Endicott Performing Arts Center and the EPAC Kids Theater Workshop go on a New York City adventure to see "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" on Broadway! July 31st, 2024 Get your Tickets Today! Call EPAC at 607-785-8903

There are a limited number of seats available. The trip costs $130 per person. This cost will cover the bus to NYC and the Live Broadway show "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child", Wednesday July 31st at 1pm. Full Payment is due at the time of Reservation. If paying by cash or check (made payable to Endicott Performing Arts Center) please drop off at the EPAC Box Office during business hours. Credit Card: box office or phone in payment. Please call Joseph Foti at 607-785-8903 if you have any questions about reservations or payments.

Itinerary for the day: We're leaving at 7am from the Shafer's Bus Terminal in Endicott, NY. After one rest stop we will arrive in Manhattan around 11am, and people can enjoy lunch and shopping on their own until show time. We will meet at the Lyric Theater, 214 West 43rd Street for the 1pm Matinee of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" on Broadway. After the show we will leave NYC at approx. 5pm, make one stop for food (cost not included) and arrive back in Endicott around 9pm.

This EPAC Fundraiser is OPEN to Friends and Family of EPAC, and is meant to Enhance the 2024 Summer Programming at the Endicott Performing Arts Center.

Check out the EPAC Summer Schedule here and support these upcoming productions at EPAC this Summer!

The Victory Troupe (June 23rd)

The EPAC TEEN Intensive "Firebringer" (July 11th - 14th)

The EPAC Rep. Co. "Legally Blonde" (July 25th - 28th)

The EPAC Kids Theater Workshop "Matilda Jr." (August 8th - 11th)

Shakespeare in the Park (August 15th - 18th)

Endicott Performing Arts Center is funded by a General Operating Support Grant from the United Cultural Fund program of Broome County Arts Council.

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