The Fearless Theater Company represents a unique cultural and theatrical experience on the New York theater scene. Founded in 1993, FTC was designed to support and encourage the artistic presence and creativity bloom to in the theater and the media (radio, television and film) of young people with and without disabilities,  as well as from different ethnic, racial and economic backgrounds. The company creates, performs and distributes family and youth-oriented programming designed to relate the arts to the realities of our lives and times.

Over the years, the Fearless Theater Company has developed and performed films as well as theatrical productions in venues such as the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, among various production studios and the Black Box Theater at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. 

Fearless Theater is co-directed by Lynne McVeigh, Professor at Tisch School of The Arts  & Louise Tiranoff, Founder of Fearless Theater.