by Noel Coward
Director, Nichole Donjè
Assistant Director Roberto Alexander
March 6 & 7, 10 – 14 | 7pm
March 8 & 15 | 2pm
$25 General Admission | $35 Reserved Seating
Jones Auditorium | Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church | 7 W. 55th Street$25 General
7 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019
Meet the Cast (click on image for information):
*Appearing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association Equity Approved Showcase
Produced by Linda Ferm
Theatre Fellowship is a community of artists and artisans that promotes congregational fellowship through our shared love of the theater.
Now in their third decade at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, they offer a diverse program of events every year, from staged readings of classic plays, a fully-produced spring production, to our popular Cabaret Night. The fellowship also represents a group of committed volunteers who represent off-stage talent from set builders and carpenters, to backstage, box office, costume and alterations, props, ushers and more. We strive to create a community both on and off stage. FAPC members and guests nurture talent and develop leadership potential.
FAPC Theatre Fellowship productions have garnered rave reviews throughout the last several years. In 2002, FAPC’s The Skin of Our Teeth won an OOBR award for best Off-Off-Broadway production. Of our 2007 production of Stage Door, one reviewer wrote, “The Theatre Fellowship at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church is a successful tribute to theatre as art”.
Among the spring productions, both Off-Off-Broadway Equity Showcases and non-Equity productions are Arsenic & Old Lace, A Murder Is Announced, Barefoot in the Park, Broadway Bound, Enchanted April, The Importance of Being Earnest, Keeping Up Appearances, Nude With Violin, Steel Magnolias, Stage Door, and You Can’t Take It With You.
Whether you want to be on stage or backstage, FACP welcomes you to become part of the Theatre Fellowship! Contact to learn more.
For over 20 years I have been honing and combining my skills as an artist. The goal is always to tell a story through visuals, words, and movement. It is an art to draw people in and show them a new way to see things, to think; this is what artists of any genre do.
Theatre, in particular, is by far the most amazing implementation of this concept. Artists work together as a team to tell a story that brings strangers and friends alike into a room to share an experience. We as artists leave exonerated and free, the audience leaves refreshed and charged (or at least they should). It’s both physical & emotional.
I have always been fascinated with the idea of collaboration, both with people and genre to build a community that is willing and excited to ask difficult questions while honoring one another as human beings with respect and honesty. Art is a beautiful and genuine observation of the world and I consider myself a fortunate collaborator.