The Eastport Arts Center (EAC) supports seven year-round constituent groups engaged in theater, art, music, film, education and community outreach, and serves as our region’s premiere venue for an array of special events and visiting artists and performers. For more than a quarter century, EAC has been pursuing its mission: to stimulate and nurture an appreciation of the visual and performing arts and the creative process, and to provide a home and an environment within the community where they can prosper.

For more than a thousand hours each year, the EAC hosts rehearsals, performances, workshops, dance and yoga classes, art exhibitions, film screenings, and open mics. Community-inspired events, social gatherings, and communal meals ensure that all members of our audience communities feel welcomed to experience enrichment, education, entertainment and opportunities for self-expression.

Ecstatic Dance

Ecstatic Dance has resumed weekly meetings at Eastport Arts Center. All are invited to come and dance to great rhythmic music and move however they wish on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm, weather permitting. Attendees should wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring water to drink. $3 suggested donation. For more information please email info@eastportartscenter.org.

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Stage East Presents: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’

Stage East Presents: It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio play by Joe Landry. New Year’s Eve, December 31st, 2019 at the Eastport Arts Center. Performances at 7 PM and 9:30 PM. It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the most inspirational and beloved movies, brought to new life as a 1940’s era live radio … [Read More]

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Embodied Yoga & Mindfulness

Lilli Danaea, RYT, will lead a weekly class focused on mindfulness practice, breath awareness, proper alignment and building strength and flexibility. Please bring your mat if you have one! Cost by sliding fee scale, $8-12. Info: lillireally@gmail.com. Please note: NEW students are invited to try their first class free of charge in November or December.

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10th Annual Festival of Trees

Eastport Arts Center’s 10th Annual Festival of Trees, a festive silent auction, will be held Saturday, December 14 from 4:30-5:30 pm. “Some say that this event is what gets them in the celebratory mood for the holiday season,” notes organizer Marged Higginson. “Between the outpouring of generous effort on the part of the incredibly creative … [Read More]

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Construction Workshop Yields Diverse Halloween Houses

On October 26 at EAC Sara Myrick led a fun-filled morning of artistic expression for 17 area children and their accompanying family members. Each child created a Halloween-themed house, using an array of recycled materials: corrugated and thin cardboard, brown paper, egg cartons and more. The houses, swiftly constructed by the eager children and their … [Read More]

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Local Stars Shine in Stage East’s Broadway Revue

Featuring a diverse lineup of performers ranging from two first-timers to the stage to several with theatrical degrees, Stage East’s Broadway Musical Revue was a treat for enthusiastic audiences on November 1 and 3. Box office smash shows Wicked, Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera were well represented with 8 of the show’s 22 numbers, … [Read More]

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EAC Community Connects with Ed Asner

The Eastport Arts Center community spent a whirlwind four days with actor Ed Asner, his daughter and producer Liza Asner, and film and stage director Mitch Levine, as the political comedy God Help Us! was brought to the EAC stage. After an intensive period of rehearsal and technical arrangements, the show opened to an excited, … [Read More]

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