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A Message From Max McLean

Thank you for your interest in our work at Fellowship for Performing Arts.  We produce theatre. That means we tell stories, good stories, from a Christian worldview meant to engage a diverse audience. We are the creators of the national hit The Screwtape Letters, the award-winning Mark’s Gospel and new works such as C. S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce, Martin Luther on Trial and C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert.  We also produce The Listener’s Bible.

Each of these works have one thing in common—they attempt to engage the moral imagination to a point that it causes audiences to evaluate their assumptions. Theatre is meant to wake people up. FPA accomplishes its mission by selecting the right material and executing it to the highest level of excellence our budgets allow so that our works can play in the great theatrical venues around the country.

Finally, we ask people like you to help us.  That is why we are called Fellowship for Performing Arts. It’s a fellowship of people who believe theatre and art from a Christian worldview can capture the moral imagination and influence culture.

I trust that this mission captures your imagination enough to want to find out more. If so, please contact us at for more information about supporting Fellowship for Performing Arts.

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Frequently Asked Questions
About Philanthropy and FPA

  1. Is my gift tax-deductible?

    Yes, gifts ​to FPA ​are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. FPA will send you a tax-deductible receipt. ​FPA’s ​tax ID number is 52-1739276. We will happily send you our 501(c)(3) determination letter. ​You can request it by email at

  2. Where can I mail my gift?

    FPA gratefully receives gifts at:
    Fellowship for Performing Arts
    1674 Broadway, Suite 404
    New York, NY 10019

  3. Do you accept matching gifts from companies?

    Yes! ​FPA receives matching gifts from many companies. Please ask your employer’s HR department if they ​will ​match ​your gift​ to FPA​.

  4. Does FPA receive gifts of stock or securities?

    Yes. FPA receives ​gifts of stock via wire transfer through our account at​ Morgan Stanley. Should you wish to make a gift of stock, please call us at 212-582-2920

  5. Do you offer designed philanthropy options?

    Yes! Donations through estates, trusts and charitable gift annuities—among other options—all are available to FPA supporters. For more information email us at

  6. What is the Fellowship Circle?

    The Fellowship Circle is FPA’s primary support family. Over 90% of our donations come through Fellowship Circle​ members! We depend on this support. You can become a member by making gifts that total $1,000 or more with​in a single calendar year. We will acknowledge your gift by printing your name in our Playbill.

  7. Are FPA's finances audited?

    Yes. FPA finances are audited annually ​by an independent accounting firm and presented ​for review ​to the Board of Directors. Also, FPA ​ha​s ​been ​a member in good standing of ECFA since 1996.

  8. How is FPA funded?

    FPA receives ​nearly ​half its funding ​through ticket sales​ and depends ​on ​gifts from individuals, foundations and matching gift companies​ to achieve our mission of presenting theatre from a Christian worldview that engages the moral imagination.