Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre Announces New Artistic Director

Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre Announces New Artistic DirectorFargo Moorhead Community Theatre (fmct.org) announced today that Adam Pankow will join the theatre as the new Artistic Director when they begin their 71st season in the Fall. Pankow is a familiar face to the local theatre community, having spent the last ten years as the Director of Theatre first at West Fargo High School and then, upon its completion, at Sheyenne High School. With over thirty directing credits to his name, Pankow will look to continue his tradition of theatrical excellence in tandem with FMCT's mission to engage and enrich the FM community.

Pankow joins FMCT as they conclude their 70th anniversary season and look toward the freshly announced 2017-2018 season, which will include productions such as Dial M for Murder, 1940's Radio Hour, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. "I am humbled to take on the role of Artistic Director with FMCT", remarked Pankow. "This position seems like a challenging next step to add to my theatrical resume and a perfect way to continue to pay forward the many opportunities I have been fortunate to have been a part of in this community. I am eager to share my passion for the arts and to help create experiences to engage, enrich, and grow artists of all ages."

FMCT's Executive Director, Eloise Breikjern said "Adam is an individual who is inspired by the performing arts and FMCT is honored that he will be bringing his enthusiasm, experience, and talent to the position of Artistic Director."

About FMCT

Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been producing live theatre in the area for over 70 years. FMCT strives to engage and enrich the community by producing quality pieces of theatre that inspire discussion and participation from community members, both on and off the stage.

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