EPAC said it wanted to create a fun community performance for everyone to enjoy during the holidays. You will be able to access the performance from December 17th to January 3rd. The Endicott Performing Arts Center is hosting a call to local performers to submit a video recording so they can be part of EPAC’s Virtual Christmas Extravaganza. Performers can submit songs, dances, poems, short stories, scenes, or anything holiday-related to EPAC by December 13th. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — With the holidays right around the corner, performing arts centers are putting on virtual holiday performances, and there are some you can even participate in. For more information or to submit, click here. “The pandemic has left quite a hole, so it’s not only personally rewarding for us but very rewarding for all the performers and family members to spread some cheer,” says Patrick Foti, artistic Executive Director of EPAC. Organizers add they are excited to see the submissions and say the show will be available to watch virtually.