You and three guests will enjoy a fabulous prix-fixe dinner with EPAC Artistic Director, Ed Fernandez, at Lancaster's Premier French restaurant, BARBERET. The recent winner of The Food Network Tv competition " Chopped Sweets", chef and owner, Cedric Barberet and his culinary team will delight your palate while Ed charms you with his wit and laughter. No topic off the table, a fun evening of great food and conversation.
Acrylic and gold leaf
About the artist:
Born in 1969 in Pennsylvania, Eric received a Bachelors of Science in Art Education from Millersville University of Pennsylvania in 1992. He continued his education at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. During this time he began an interest in the study of the strength and textures of birds, especially domestic fowl for which he has become well-known.
My paintings, and now soft sculptures, bring out the magical wonder of the humble rooster and rabbit. The rooster/chicken has always been my spirit animal. I love the colors, textures, and glorious strength of such a common bird. But is it such a common bird? They feed us with their eggs and meat, decorate us with their beautiful feathers, and are used as a religious spirit throughout the world. They are clever and brave, fast and strong. Their colors, pattern, and textures show brilliance and shine that I love to try and repeat in my painting.
The rabbit with its clever and curious nature coincides with my love of a mix of contemporary and folk art. I love to exaggerate its ears and to paint them with patterns. The rooster and rabbit are both magical and beautiful.
My love of animals can be seen in my painting, soft sculptures, and in my pillow collection as co-owner and co-designer of Eric and Christopher: pillows, totes, wall art, tea towels, aprons and more all hand-made in Bucks County, PA and sold in over 600 stores internationally. - Eric N. Fausnacht *as seen on HGTV Gardens
This item is signed by Lin-Manuel Miranda! You will not want to miss the chance to bid on this very personal donation from Dave Dierwechter. Eliseo Roman, who performed at EPAC early in his career, played a supporting role in this production and also signed the poster. Dave directed Eliseo in his first EPAC role - Moonface Martin in our 1990 production of Anything Goes.
Sterling silver John Hardy 6.5mm classic chain bracelet featuring a black sapphire pave push clasp. Total length 7.5 inches
Jonathon Groff will send you a personalized audio file for anyone you want for any occasion. He will use the voices of his characters from "Hamilton" and "Frozen" A great gift for Birthdays and Anniversaries!
Enjoy 2 Nights at the Landgrove Inn - a historic country escape and the quintessential Vermont getaway in the majestic Green Mountains. This package also includes a candlelit dinner in the newly refurbished dining room.
This wheelbarrow of wine will feature selections of wine that have been curated by the EPAC family.
19 Crimes Pinot Noir (2017)
Apothic Red (2018)
Astoria Di Famiglia Chianti Classico (2016)
Austin Hope Quest (2017)
Bolla Chianti (2014)
Butter Chardonnay (2018)
Chianti Colli Senesi (2016)
Chloe Rose (2018)
Coppola Rosso Bianca (2011)
Coppola Rosso Bianca (2012)
Corte Giaro Pinot Grigio
Cruz Alta Malbec Reserve (2018)
Cupcake Sauvignon Blanc
Dark Horse Rose
Deerfoot Vineyards and Winery Explorer Chardonnay (2018)
Entwine Cabernet Sauvignon (2016)
Four bottles of Justin Cabernet (2017)
Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Claret (2017)
Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Merlot (2017)
H. Meritage (2012)
Les Barriques Luc Pirlet Cabernet Sauvignon (2014)
Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages (2016)
Luc Pirlet Cabernet (2014)
Mount Hope Cabernet Sauvignon
Penns Woods Traminette (2019)
Three Thieves Cabernet Sauvignon (2017)
Tillia Cabernet Sauvignon
Treana Cabernet Sauvignon (2018)
Villa des Anges Old Vines Rose (2017)
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Merlot (2016)
Woodbridge Sauvignon Blanc (2018)
[yellow tail] Sangria (2019)
"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" poster starring Raul Esparza. Signed by the original Broadway cast. Measures 14"x22" and 21"x 31" in frame. Requires reframing
Poster from the Broadway revival of "Sweet Charity" starring Christina Applegate. Signed by the original cast. Applegate's signature appears in the flower.
Up for bid is Elizabeth Pattey's Slipping Tiles Shawl. This shawl is a lightweight triangular wool shawl designed by Stephen West, hand-knit by Elizabeth Pattey. The approximate dimensions are 80" wingspan, with a 38" top to center point.
Personal Item from the collection of David Lyall
Signed photo of the entire first season cast of the CBS competitive reality series "Survivor"
Originally purchased at a New York City celebrity auction in 2001. First broadcast in May of 2000, Survivor celebrates its 20th year and 40th season in 2020.
What makes it special? It was one of the first network television shows to feature an openly gay contestant, Richard Hatch, who made TV history by becoming the first winner of the series.
Award-winning author Meredith Ochs explores iconic rock-and-roll women across the genre.
10"H x 9"W
Composition - Hand-hammered metal applied to wooden frame
44"H x 33"W
Ready to hang this block-printed map of New York City and vicinity.
"Elton John, The definitive Portrait, with Unseen Images" - Book
Written by Terry O'Neill, a photographer who first worked with Elton in 1972 and went on to take an excess of 5000 photograph of the artist over the following decades. The photographs in this book represent the best of his archive.
256 pages, 10" x 9"
Belvedere Inn $100 Gift Card
Hand-Polished, Genuine Marble Tray
Beautifully gift-boxed. Mid-Century Modern style matte-finish tray by French manufacturer, Nuevo.
17" x 10"
Nest Outdoor Camera
Item # NC2100ES
Keep an eye on things 24/7 with this Nest Livestream Camera
EPAC Redware plate
10-inch Comedy/Tragedy plate crafted especially for EPAC by Andrew Loercher
This vintage lucite pendant with dyed quartz and vintage chain is a perfect nod to roses given to an actor on opening night.
Original landscape sketch by William McCarthy in ebonized wood frame.
A pair of battery operated LED gold wreaths by Restoration Hardware.
This item is a $100 gift certificate to Dan's at Green Hills. Dan's is the premier fine dining restaurant in Berks County. The restaurant is an easy drive from Lancaster and is located on Route 10, south of Reading and north of Morgantown.
The full collection features:
- Double-sided, hand crafted chess/checkers & backgammon board. Also included, game pieces and dice.
- Halloween stockings, made of festive gold crushed velvet and shaped like witch boots. Why wait for Christmas to hang a stocking? Fill these with a few treats.
- 6 fabric fortune cookies. Write your own holiday fortune or wish, fold and share.
- Green Friday outing bag. Say "NO" to Black Friday shopping! OptOut# and make it a Green Friday. Pick your favorite local park and explore. The drawstring bag is reversible with a pocket inside and out. Just the thing for a few maps, snacks, water and a compass.
- Also included, a 3-month calendar marked with major holidays, minor "holidays" and the full moons for 2020.
Fluid Art Vase: This glass vase is covered with swirls of various shades of green acrylic paint. Clear-coated for protection. Dimensions: 7 1/2" h. 2" diameter. Estimated value: $18
Glass Christmas Ball: 3" glass Christmas ball depicts colors of gray and greens with highlights of black and white. Clear-coated ball comes with hanging cord and keep-safe box. Estimated value: $9
Hand made in Lancaster County by local artisan.
This beautiful black and white photo is titled, "Arches in the Colosseum", Rome, Italy, 2009. Signed by the artist, Lynette Giblin. Dimensions: 13.5" x 14.5" with an estimated value of $105.
This whimsical toilet paper holder of the craken is just what your powder room needs! Brand new, made of resin with brushed-bronze coloring. Would make a great white-elephant gift for the holidays!
This super-cool tee is from Gods & Ghosts Clothing Co. This brand is worn by rockstars and influencers around the world. You are bidding on the LambWolf tee, size large. Made from 100% air lumbed and ring spun cotton. Featuring side-seamed, retail fit and unisex sizing. You know you want this shirt! Check out more at gngclothingco.com
$100 Gift Certificate towards any services at The Green Room
Below is a mini replica of our new EPAC mural by Maya Burdick. You will not want to miss out on this priceless item from one of the members of our EPAC family and acting community.
14" by 12" on Canvas
Signed poster by the Original Broadway Cast of The Lion King
- A Bottle of Widow Jane Straight Bourbon (10 year) from the beloved Widow Jane distillery (a small craft distillery in Brooklyn).
- A Pair of Whiskey Glasses with a map of NYC on them (Brand New, In Box, From Greenwood Goods)
- The London Cast Recording from Girl from the North Country (There are whiskey references in the show, which features beautiful renditions of Bob Dylan's music)
- Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika (Brand new/Broadway Revival Edition of the Play)
- The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America (Brand New/Came out around the time of the Broadway revival. It is a great oral history of the show)
- The Normal Heart (Brand New/Play)
- The Boys in the Band (Brand New Blu-Ray DVD of Original Movie)
- Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Brand New Criterion Release of Film/This was a special release of the film from Criterion with lots of great extras)
- Fun Home (Brand New/ Graphic Novel)
- The Color Purple (Brand New/ Novel)
- The Vagina Monologues (Brand New/ Play)
- For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf (Brand New/Play)
- Fences by August Wilson (Brand New/Play)
- Blues for Mr. Charlie by James Baldwin (Brand New/Play)
- A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Brand New/Play)
- Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris (Brand New/Play)
- Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 by Anna Deavere Smith (Brand New/Play)
What a wonderful handcrafted homage to a cult classic! You will not find this anywhere else!
Up for bid is a Rocky Horror Picture Show Quilt! This one of a kind item is a 50 x42 Hand-stitched Applique wall hanging created for EPAC by Anthony Lacoskie. Anthony is a costume designer for the Fulton Opera House in Lancaster.
Sit back, put your feet up and unwind with this amazing bourbon package. Bundle includes Maker's Mark, Brekenridge, and Woodford Reserve, 4 glass tumblers, and 3 cigars.
"Annie Get Your Gun" - autographed and framed Broadway poster
This 14"x20" framed poster from the 1999 Broadway revival, is autographed by stars Bernadette Peters and Tom Wopat.
"Next to Normal" - autographed and framed Broadway poster
This 14"x20" framed poster from the 2009 Broadway production, is autographed by the original cast, including Alice Ripley, Aaron Tveit, J. Robert Spencer, and Jennifer Damiano.
Value: approximately $150
This beautiful 32 x 34 lady in red was painted by an anonymous, local artist.
Everything you need for those little ghouls and goblins on Trick or Treat night. Or....keep it for yourself and have candy for months! This basket, decorated for Halloween (severed hands included) comes with full size candy bars including: Snickers, M&M's, Reeses, Jr Mints, Twizzlers, Milky Way, Peppermint Patties and Nerds, plus more!
Handcrafted in Salem Mass. this straw witch stands 21 inches tall and is sure to put a spell on you! Add along with it full size candy bars and your Trick Or Treat night is all set!
This framed, 27 X 24 print of the Fulton Opera House was taken in 1983 by photographer J.R. Gerberich. This famous print shows the "old" Grand Lady of Prince St before her renovation in 1999.
This enormous basket if overflowing with Wilbur chocolates and goodies. You won't believe your eyes when you see what all is included! $250 of Wilbur goodness. Need we say more.
This adorable knight is a beloved EPAC prop and will add whimsy to your home decor or garden. The knight stands approximately 3 ft tall. (*armor only - knight not included)
This handcrafted, wooden shot glass stand with three glasses is the perfect addition to your bar collection! Made by Beyond the Pallet, the wood stand holds the glasses perfectly snug. All you need now is to bid on those bourbon bundles and you'll be all set for happy hour!
700 page collection of the best writing about baseball during the 20th century. It opens with Ernest Lawrence Thayer's classic poem, "Casey at the Bat" and goes on to include articles, book excerpts, short stories and poems, all with the theme of Baseball, from over 70 authors.
Pamper your pooch! This incredible gift basket from The Canine Country Club includes a mug, water bottle, dog treats, 2 night collars, an adorable pillow AND a free swim or free swim lesson at the Canine Country Club Pool!!! Would make a great gift for any dog owner.
A large basket filled with Hershey chocolates and candies. Need we say more. You might just want to keep this one for yourself!
The Wasp - the miniature boat prop from EPAC's production of Peter and the Starcatcher.
Pictures do not do this beautiful throw justice. The material is luxurious, heavy, and comfortable. Double-sided and approximately twin-sized, this is something you will want for the cool fall nights.
Calling all JT fans!! This 2001 collectors item is the Justin Timberlake Bobblehead. He is in mint condition, never taken out of box.
This oak-framed set of theater posters would make a great addition to your wall of theater. Don't have a wall of theater in your house? Well, this is a great way to start! Included are: Phantom, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, and Scarlett Pimpernel.
This black-framed set is gorgeous! Wicked and Spring Awakening.
On your own piece of EPAC history. This one-of-a-kind prop was lovingly painted by set designer, Mike Rhoads and was used in EPAC's production of Sunday in the Park With George. This piece is being donated by EPAC's Artistic Director, Ed Fernandez.
This beautiful decorative bowl with stand showcases a stunning pattern that will breathe fresh new life into your decor.
An 8" x 10" x 2" Glass Box beautifully hand crafted by local artist Glenn Sullo and featuring EPAC's new mural designed by EPAC's own Maya Burdick. Perfect for keeping your favorite treasures, trinkets and memories of past and future EPAC productions.
Fall inspired crocheted mandala afghan, a six leaf crocheted garland and 3 adorable pumpkins to spice up your season! Visit 3 Stitchy Fishy on Etsy for creative, one of a kind gifts.
Enjoy some of the safe, pure and beneficial skin and nutrition products from Arbonne. From soothing stressed skin to enjoying a healthy energy fizz, there is something for everyone!
A Private Concert with Yolanda London-Dwyer and Zach Smith!
LIVE PERFORMANCE AT YOUR HOME OR NEXT PARTY! Help support EPAC by treating yourself to a small, safe, private concert in your very own home. Enjoy selections from across musical genres, and maybe even put in a few requests of your own! The concert will be held in 2021 at a time when it is safe to gather. The date is Negotiable.
London-Dwyer is an award winning professional actor, classically trained singer, and teaching artist,
with over twenty years of experience. Originally from Lancaster, PA, Yolanda spent thirteen years
living and working in AZ, where she was an ensemble member with the world renown theatre for young audiences: Childsplay,
Inc. Locally, Yolanda has been seen onstage with EPAC in last season's
Ragtime, and Newsies, and in the upcoming special event production of the one woman show, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill.
A whimsical "Horrible Adorable" handcrafted wall bust of a fantastical creature by artist, Jordan Elise. A fun addition for a child's room!
Calling all coffee lovers!! This one's for you! Mean Cup, one of Lancaster's BEST coffee shops has put together a coffee lover's bundle. Included in the package is:
2 - $50 Gift Cards
2 - Travel Mugs
Mean Cup Decals/Stickers
"Dots & Holes"
Acrylic on hand stretched canvas
About the artist: Susan Biebuyck, an artist her whole life, found her first artistic job at age fourteen people painting and caricature drawing in Hersheypark. She attended Harrisburg Area Community College while working as a "paste-up artists," at the Middletown Press & Journal. In 1985 Susan found an Apple computer on her desk and loved it! She continued working as a freelance graphics designer to this day. In mid 1990s Susan return to fine arts and studied at Kutztown University. She is known for her acrylic, oil, pastel and watercolor painting diversity. She calls herself "an art supplies junky." Her work demonstrates superb observation and lyrical spirit. She has won honors and awards for exceptional painting. She juried in to the Pennsylvania Art of the State. She was an inaugural GoggleWorks studio artist. She is the founder of Studio B fine arts gallery in Boyertown where she is Gallery Director & Curator for exhibits since 2008.
Susan has served on the GoggleWorks Exhibition Committees, the GoggleWorks Festival of Arts. She is a member Berks Arts Council, Berks Art Alliance and the Pottstown Arts Guild.
Susan acts as the curator and organizer of exchange for art between the city of Reading and it's sister city Reutlingen, Germany. Curating and exhibiting in several exhibits in Germany and hosting several traveling artists from Reutlingen for exhibits in the U.S.
Susan is also a member of UnCooked Culture worldwide exhibits which enabled her to attend and exhibit in Amsterdam, New Zealand and United Kingdom Fringe Festivals, so far.
Susan continues her love of painting and also her addiction to the Macintosh Computer. She is recently published the 7th addition of Art Responding to Literature at Studio B, an exhibit.
In 2019 Susan joined the EPAC team as the set painter for the musical production of Newsies, My Fair Lady and Frozen II.
The Hill - Ephrata's best spot for great food and drinks in a casual atmosphere.
$50 Gift Certificate
Use anytime! No cash value.
Included in this lot is three framed prints. Including:
"The Quilts of Lancaster County"
A framed black and white photo of an Amish Barn Raising signed by J.R. Gerberich
"Lancaster County Covered Bridges"
Up for bid is a bundle from local artist Freiman Stoltzfus. Included in the bundle is a 15" x 25.5" signed print of Chartres Cathedral. Also included is a book that was illustrated by Freiman Stoltzfus, entitled "A Dreamer's Heart."
Freiman Stoltzfus is a native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He was born into an Amish-Mennonite family, the youngest of six children. From an early age, his artistic ability was recognized and encouraged, in particular by his mother. He began depicting the people and landscapes of the Amish community.
Freiman studied at The National Academy and Arts Students League, both in New York City. He is proficient in a variety of media, including oil and acrylic paint, pastel, drawing, watercolor, printmaking, photography, collage, and sculpture. His work is inspired by personal interests, including music, the four seasons, poetry, Amish quilts, Gothic architecture, and geometry.
Art is the most profound expression of the human spirit. We all share it in many ways; sometimes joyous and vivid, at times melancholy and reflective. Art, like life, is unstoppable.
In 2010, he was awarded a residency with the renowned sculptor Greg Wyatt in Hastings, New York. He also studied with the Italian conceptual artist Maurizio Pellegrin and National Academician Rhoda Sherbell.
Freiman has a great love of adventure and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East. While living in France and Italy,
he studied language, music, art, and spent much time in the great museums and churches which have influenced his work.
Freiman's work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Pennsylvania, New York, Switzerland, and France. His work is in private and corporate collections in the United States and abroad. He owns and operates a gallery in Lancaster, Pennsylvania .
Title of Painting: "Albin's Favorite.....Painting" [ellipsis is deliberate]
32" wide by 56" tall including frame.
Acrylics on Board.
This painting was created for the EPAC 2015 production of the musical "La Cage aux Folles." The painting was in Albin and George's apartment set in Act I, flanked by two nude male torso sculptures. It symbolically conveyed the gay couple's outrageous décor. Albin (played by EPAC Artistic Director, Ed Fernandez) is a drag performer in the nightclub that he and "partner" George (played by Ken Seigh).
For those not familiar with the plot: In Act II Albin and George become overly "conservative" to appease George's son who is engaged to the daughter of an ultra-conservative politician. The apartment décor is changed. The pink zebra stripe and pink leopard print fabrics are removed, the bare torsos vanish, and the painting was replaced by a same size painting of the Crucifixion.
Both paintings from LA CAGE ("Albin's Favorite???Painting," and that of the Crucifixion) were exhibited, most recently in the gallery of Lancaster Campus of Harrisburg Community College (HACC) where the latter painting was sold at a benefit auction. Adding the "audiences" of this painting, during the run of the musical and the exhibitions, hundreds of people have seen it and would recognize it.
The reason for the title including ellipsis is for the wit. "Albin's Favorite" before the ellipsis would mean the subject of the painting as the "audience "pauses" to assume than. Then the word "Painting" pulls the rug from that assumption.
Included with the painting: A framed photograph of both paintings in performance at EPAC, and two masks made from the pink zebra print fabric of Albin's Act I Apartment décor.
Victor Capecce is an Associate Professor in the Millersville University Communication & Theatre Department. He has designed over 20 productions at the Ephrata Performing Arts Center (besides LA CAGE) including SOUTH PACIFIC, WONDERFUL TOWN, WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, THE LADY IN QUESTION, FOLLIES (the last production before the 2004 renovation) and 1776 (the first production after the renovation) The first show he designed for EPAC was THE MOUSETRAP in 1987.
Victor has recently retired from United Scenic Artists, local union #829 in NYC where he designed and painted scored of productions. He designed scenery and/or costumes for NYC
Opera, Alvin Ailey, the Goodspeed Opera House, Parco-Seibu in Tokyo, several industrial shows in Nashville, Dallas, and Los Angeles. As a scenic artist, he spent a great deal of time in Studio 8H at NBC for SNL; and among the many films he worked on were THE WIZ and the original GHOSTBUSTERS. He was the designer and Technical Director at Theatre Harrisburg at the Whittaker Center before teaching full time at MU. His murals and faux finishes with his business, RENN-ART ASSOCIATES have been visible across Lancaster County.
He is still teaching Theatre, Communication and Entrepreneurship courses at Millersville where he had also designed over 30 productions and taught hundreds of fabulous students over the last 15 years.
This gorgeous painted lady took the stage in EPAC's SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE. Hand painted by set designer, Mike Rhoads, this lovely lady could be yours!
You can have your very own EPAC celebrity, Sean Young! This life-size photo has brought the EPAC family many moments of joy, laughter, and sometimes screams and tears. We had a game of "Where's Sean?", and let me tell ya, it was terrifying coming across that mug when you rounded a corner in the dark theater! Grab him before he's gone! Photo Sean, not real Sean. Don't grab the real Sean, that's illegal. As an added bonus, Mr. Young is willing to autograph the piece for the lucky winner!