A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS Begins Previews Tonight
Fellowship for Performing Arts' revival of Robert Bolt's Tony Award-winning play, A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, a Machiavellian political-religious drama ripped from today's headlines, begins previews tonight, January 11, 2019, at The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row (410 W. 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036). A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS will officially open on January 23 for a limited run through February 24, 2019.
As Sir Thomas More refuses to recognize Henry VIII's divorce and ascendancy as Supreme Head of the new Church of England, A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS reveals the risk of speaking truth to power and the clash that follows when fierce political will collides with deep moral conviction.
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS stars Michael Countryman (Broadway: M. Butterfly, Six Degrees of Separation, TV: The Path) as Sir Thomas More, with Carolyn McCormick (Broadway: Equus, TV: Law and Order) as his wife, Lady Alice More. The cast also features John Ahlin (Broadway: Waiting for Godot, Journey's End) and Olivier Award nominee Kevyn Morrow (Ragtime) as well as three-time Daytime Emmy nominee Trent Dawson, Drama Desk Award winner David McElwee (The Wayside Motor Inn), Todd Cerveris (Broadway: South Pacific, TV: Homeland), Kim N. Wong (The Hard Problem, TV: The Deuce), Sean Dugan (Broadway: Next Fall, TV: Smash) and Harry Bouvy (Wicked National Tour).
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS is directed by Christa Scott-Reed (Shadowlands), with scenic design by Steven C. Kemp (Cabaret), costume design by Theresa Squire (High Fidelity), lighting design by Aaron Porter (Songbird) and original music and sound design by Tony Award nominee John Gromada (The Screwtape Letters, The Trip to Bountiful).
The performance schedule is as follows:
Tuesday-Thursday at 7pm, Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm, Sunday at 3pm.
(There will be no 2pm show on Saturday, January 12.)
January 29-February 24
Tuesday at 7pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Thursday at 7pm, Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm
& 8pm, Sunday at 3pm.
All tickets are priced at $75 and are now on sale. $30 under 30 - if you are under 30, show ID at box office. For groups of 10 or more email email@example.com
To purchase tickets, please visit www.FPAtheatre.com or call 212-239-6200.
Fellowship for Performing Arts is a New York City-based theatrical Production Company founded by its Artistic Director, Max McLean. FPA's mission is to produce theatre from a Christian worldview that engages diverse audiences. In addition to its annual New York season where it has produced Shadowlands, C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert, The Great Divorce, Martin Luther on Trial, The Screwtape Letters and A Man for All Seasons; FPA tours at universities (Brown, Princeton, UC-Berkeley) and in major performing arts centers across the country. In the past year, over 65,000 people have experienced an FPA production.
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