Fellowship for Performing Arts

The Great Divorce on national tour

by Juliana Chan Erikson
Posted 1/09/15, 04:00 pm

WORLD readers primarily know Max McLeanfor his starring role in a stage adaption of C.S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters, but his stage adaptation of Lewis’s The Great Divorce is now on national tour. Reviewer Juliana Chan Erikson caught up with it in Washington, D.C.

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Beards on Broadway: Duck Dynasty gets its own musical

by Caroline Leal
Posted 11/13/14, 04:35 pm

Brace yourself, America. Everyone’s favorite duck-hunting family is hitting the stage in a new theatrical production featuring faith and family—and enough facial hair, we may well expect, to rival Fiddler on the Roof. 

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Photo by Joan Marcus

Amazing Grace sets sail on stage

Theater | John Newton's life in musical form illustrates the cultural fruit of Christianity
by Daniel James Devine
Posted 10/30/14, 02:57 pm

If you were writing a musical about the life of “Amazing Grace” hymn-writer John Newton, the slave-trader-turned-pastor, would you hinge the plot on his conversion to Christianity, his pining love for Polly Catlett, or his condemnation of the slave trade?

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