FSF Community Theatre Group Makes MFTA Fabric into Beautiful Costumes!

FSF Community Theatre Group used gingham fabric found in the warehouse to make these beautiful costumes.

FSF Community Theatre Group has been providing audiences in Flushing, Queens with affordable, quality performances of musicals and plays for the past twenty years. The gingham material used for these costumes mostly came from the MFTA warehouse (I actually didn’t get the name of this particular production, so if you are an FSF player, feel free to let me know!). New York City is brimming with non-profit theatre groups, from avante-garde theatre to community theatre to children’s theatre, and many of these groups depend on MFTA to get fabric, props, and set pieces. Here at MFTA, we’re proud to support this vibrant and essential part of the New York cultural scene and community.

Thanks to Pauline Baratta from FSF for sharing this photo with us. If you would like to share your photos and stories on the MFTA blog, email Julia, jmetroATmftaDOTnycDOTgov.

Learn more about FSF Community Theatre Group, their productions, and how to get involved on their website.

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One Response to FSF Community Theatre Group Makes MFTA Fabric into Beautiful Costumes!

  1. John Baratta says:

    The name of the show at FSF is “Curtains” a who dun it musical.

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