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Fernandez in ‘King Lear’
Ephrata Performing Arts Center’s artistic director, Ed Fernandez, returns to the stage. He will enact the title role in “King Lear.”
The classic play, thought to be Shakespeare’s finest, will be staged March 16 through 25, at the Sharadin Bigler Theatre, 320 Cocalico St., Ephrata.
Join EPAC’s talented actors in a night filled with betrayal, subterfuge, and redemption. Travel the harrowing heath of England and survive the treacherous storm to find out what will become of King Lear, his three beautiful daughters, and his kingdom.
Is love really blind? Can true justice prevail? Are we all just “flies to wanton boys” in this world? Let EPAC take you into Shakespeare’s view of the human experience. You won’t regret your decision, &tstr; although King Lear surely will.
Tickets can be purchased at ephrataperformingartscenter.com or by calling 733-7966 x1.