Fellowship for the Performing Arts (FPA)

Fellowship for Performing Arts produces theatre from a Christian worldview that engages a diverse audience.

Based in New York City and founded in 1992 by Max McLean, FPA creates thought-provoking, conversation-starting theatre staged in major performing arts venues across the country. As The Great Divorce continues its 2015 national tour, FPA's smash hit The Screwtape Letters—seen by over 400,000 people nationwide—is now in its fifth year.

Fellowship for the Performing Arts (FPA), executive director Max McLean.