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Endicott Performing Arts Center, Endicott NY
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Description

EPAC was formed in 1998 and has become a familiar sight on Washington Avenue in Endicott NY.  This product is an exquisitely detailed  miniature of the Endicott Performing Arts Center in Endicott NY as it looks today.  Note all of the detail including the marquee, names of the theater and the brick and stone work.  If you have ever attended a show, been in a show, or on the crew for a show or a volunteer at EPAC, you should have a copy of this figure.

 

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Back Text

The Endicott Performing Arts Center

102 Washington Ave

Endicott NY 13760

 

www.endicottarts.com

 

The building was constructed as the Lyric Theater on the corner of Washington Avenue and Monroe Street in downtown Endicott by Benjamin Dittrich in 1917.  Initially, the theater catered to vaudeville acts, later to silent movies and after that to ‘talkies’.  Special events were also held periodically, including movie premiers with visiting celebrities, beauty pageants, concerts, and the like.   The Carroll’s corporation bought the building and used it for movies as the Towne Theater until 1993.  From 1993 to 1998, while closed and unused, the heating system broke down, the roof leaked, pipes burst, and the theater fell into terrible disrepair.  In 1998, it was purchased by  a trio of Endicott natives dedicated to restoring it for use as a community theater.   It has been EPAC ever since.
In 2010 the name of the theater was changed to “Robert Eckert Theatre”  to honor Robert Eckert, an Endicott native who has been very active in professional and Community Theater for many years and very supportive of the Endicott Performing Arts Center.

 

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Dimensions

The size of this figure is 5-1/2” wide, 4-12” high and 3/4” thick.  It weighs just under 9 ounces.

 

Price

The regular price for this figure is $16.25 plus $3.00 shipping  Sales tax for delivery to a NY address is $1.54 (see details).

 

Note: this figure is also available at the Endicott Performing Arts Center, 102 Washington Ave, Endicott NY  13760.

 

Pictures

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EPAC as it looks today.

 

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The front of the actual figure.

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The back of the actual figure.

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