Endicott Performing Arts Center to air live concert version of “The Music Man”

Endicott Performing Arts Center will share a live production of the iconic Broadway musical and film, The Music Man, July 24th – 26th. Family entertainment at its best, The Music Man centers on River City, where a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian.

Through EPAC digital, a new online platform, the Southern Tier venue will continue its mission of bringing high quality performing arts to a broad community at an affordable price. With EPAC digital, productions from EPAC Repertory Theater Company, both old and new, will be available for purchase, including Tempest 3000 and Songs for a New World.

This virtual concert version of “The Music Man” will be available on EPAC Digital Friday, July 24th at 8pm, Saturday, July 25th at 8pm, and Sunday July 26th at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased here.

Originally written for Broadway by Meredith Willson, the EPAC production of the six-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy The Music Man is directed by Connor Gates, with musical direction by Paula Bacorn and choreography by Kate Fabrizio. The local cast of performers features Matt Gaska as Professor Harold Hill and Jana Kucera as Marian the Librarian.

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