Past Shows


FPA carefully selects works from great authors and themes that can articulate the Christian worldview in a way that is imaginative, multi-layered and relatable to audiences from any faith perspective, or none at all.

Shadowlands

The Unlikely, True Love Story of C.S. Lewis and Joy Davidman

The smart, brash Joy bursts into Lewis’ sedate, middle-aged life and upends it. Lewis is as shocked as anyone to discover that he and Joy have fallen deeply in love – and then almost immediately he must contend with the equally deep pain of losing her when she is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Funny, poignant and insightful, Shadowlands — also an Oscar®-winning film — is a moving portrait of love and loss, faith and doubt, as inspired by Lewis’ own A Grief Observed.

C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce

A mesmerizing theatrical adaptation of the C.S. Lewis fantasy classic.

Based on C.S. Lewis’ classic theological fantasy about Heaven and Hell, C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce takes you to the outskirts of Heaven where the decision to stay or return to the familiar “Grey Town” below proves to be harder than imagined. Three brilliant actors bring this mesmerizing adaptation to life in an exciting theatrical experience.

C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce

A mesmerizing theatrical adaptation of the C.S. Lewis fantasy classic.

Based on C.S. Lewis’ classic theological fantasy about Heaven and Hell, C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce takes you to the outskirts of Heaven where the decision to stay or return to the familiar “Grey Town” below proves to be harder than imagined. Three brilliant actors bring this mesmerizing adaptation to life in an exciting theatrical experience.

Martin Luther on Trial

A dazzling evening of theatre erupts onstage in an afterlife trial for the soul of Martin Luther . . . at Lucifer’s request. This fantastical courtroom drama features Hitler, Freud, MLK Jr and Pope Francis as witnesses, a reenactment of Satan’s rebellion and his failed attempt to enlist Michael the Archangel!

All this along with a thorough examination of Luther’s life and his loving relationship with Katie Von Bora. And did we mention how funny it is? No FPA production has generated more audience excitement than Martin Luther on Trial.

For a Catholic view of Martin Luther on Trial read here and here.