April 4, 2019

Max McLean – Founder & Artistic Director – Fellowship for Performing Arts NYC

You might recognize Max McLean’s deep, resonant voice… millions of people around the world have listened to him narrate The Listener’s Bible.

Listen to McLean talk about finding fulfillment when he integrates his faith with performing.

University of Texas graduate, McLean serves as founder and artistic director of Fellowship for Performing Arts in New York City, where he produces live theater from a Christian worldview. He has conceived, adapted, produced and even starred in many of C.S. Lewis’ works as plays.

His powerful insights into Christianity, literature and theater will captivate you.

While attending the University of Texas he participated in theater to help him overcome his sociophobia – the fear of being in front of people. That’s when the theater bug bit.

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