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EPAC Features Pink Floyd Inspired Opera

If you're looking to see a rock musical... EPAC might have what you're looking for.

The Endicott Performing Arts Center is presenting their adaptation of Pink Floyd's "The Wall".

The Wall is a rock opera telling the story of a man named Pink who isolates himself from the world building a metaphorical wall around him and includes some of Pink Floyd's classic songs like "Is There Anybody Out There?", "Hey You," and "Outside the Wall".

Performers Sunday were anywhere between the ages of six and 60.

Director of the production Patrick Foti says EPAC performed the play-back in 2003 and now it's being brought back by popular demand.

"Parents 60 years old and grandparents bringing their 16 year olds, Pink Floyd is really spanned several generations," said EPAC's The Wall director Patrick Foti.

More than 200 people showed up for Sunday's performance. If you missed the rock concert this weekend, it's playing Friday and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sunday at 3 until April 19th.