Enrich the ever-growing artistic community of Easton, Pennsylvania,
by providing exceptional theatrical entertainment.
The ETC singers will be performing at Easton Heritage Day, Sunday July 8th, 6 - 6:45 PM at the Grand Eastonian! Stop by and enjoy some of your favorite Broadway tunes!
If you are interested in having an ETC cabaret as featured entertainment for your next corporate party, fundraiser or event, contact us today!
"The troupe is just excellent and I think as good as any I’ve seen in NYC where I used to live. I wish you all great success and shall keep my eyes open for notices of your performances."
"Far more than we expected. Professional and entertaining. We could easily imagine ourselves having been transported to a NYC Supper Club while the performance was happening. All have strong voices, great stage presence, and charismatic personalities. At the same time each has a different style and approach to the numbers they were performing. The Pomfret Club as a setting is simply icing on the cake for a fantastic evening. My husband and I cannot wait for the THIRD ANNUAL BROADWAY CABARET NIGHT. Thank you all so much for making our evening"
A play reading series at the Easton Public Market
Join Easton Theatre Co-op downtown at the Easton Public Market for a funny, NEW, and weird play experience that we’re calling “First, Act.” Every third Thursday of the month, starting in May and through October, you’ll be treated to ONLY the first act of a classic or new play! Suffice it to say, many of our play readings will be for mature audiences with adult situations, humor, and profanity, so… consider yourselves warned! Each play will be revealed on our Facebook page a few days in advance of the show.
Shows will begin at 7 PM in the common space adjacent to Scratch. No tickets required, but a $5 donation is suggested. Some vendors will remain open for beer, wine and specialty drinks! Limited seating. Come get a taste of something new with ETC! Presented in cooperation with: Easton Public Market and 3rd & Ferry Fish Market.
July 19th, 7 pm:
Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage. It is a charming tale about what happens when lovers share a stage kiss – or when actors share a real one. New York Magazine calls it, “A gift and a rarity. A superb new romantic comedy that’s moving, smart, and flat-out hilarious.” And The New Yorker says, “As a satire of theatre and theatricals, it’s right up there with Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys.”