Fellowship for Performing Arts is a New York City-based theatrical production company that produces theater from a Christian worldview meant to engage a diverse audience. FPA has developed and presented in theaters in New York, London, Chicago, DC, and in performing arts centers across America. Productions include 'Martin Luther on Trial,' 'The Screwtape Letters,' 'The Great Divorce,; 'C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert,' and the Jeff Award-winning 'Mark's Gospel.'
Fellowship for Performing Arts presents an updated revival of C.S. Lewis's"The Great Divorce," a fantasy about heaven and hell with new, added material, and four actors portraying 22 distinct characters.
From Fellowship for Performing Arts comes the unlikely and true love story of renowned Oxford scholar and Christian apologist C.S. Lewis and the much younger Joy Davidman, a divorced Jewish New Yorker.