Fellowship for Performing Arts Brings C.S. Lewis To New York City

C.S. Lewis is coming to The Big Apple. Fellowship for Performing Arts is setting up shop at The Pearl Theatre from November to February, where they will present four incredible productions. They will bring to life the words of C.S. Lewis (author of The Chronicles of Narnia), as well as delve into the theologian’s own story and that of another controversial religious mind, Martin Luther.

Take a closer look at what FPA has in store for this exciting upcoming season:

November 13 – January 4

Contrary to your thoughts about the MTA, Heaven is only a bus ride away… At least it is in C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce. Keep the conversation about this fascinating adaptation going after the performance with Founder and Artistic Director Max McLean at post-show discussions November 17-19, 24 & 25.

January 6-24 in New York City

Currently on Tour!

You’ve probably already heard of this nationwide hit. C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters returns to New York to give your moral compass a spin. This “clever and satirical” (The New York Times) piece explores spiritual warfare… from the perspective of a demon. Can’t wait for it to get here? See it on tour!

December 13, 14, 20, 21 & February 18-21

Drum roll please… Experience an evening with the man himself: the one and only C.S. Lewis. Brought to life by Max McLean, this special event takes you on Lewis’ journey from atheism to belief.

February 4-14

Missed Pope Francis in NYC? See him on stage alongside Martin Luther, Hitler, and Freud (just to name a few) in Martin Luther on Trial. This lab production is an original work–and a must-see–written by Chris Cragin-Day and Max McLean.

Want to learn more about this remarkable company and get tickets to their awesome season?? Check out their brand new website (that we designed)! Visit FPAtheatre.com.