Actor | Artist | Writer
Fé Torres is a Latinx actor, installation artist, writer, director and activist. He's a first generation Chilean/American, born and raised in South Richmond Hill, Queens NY. He graduated with BFA honors in Multimedia Performing Arts from Lehman College in The Bronx. He is recipient of The Kennedy Center's Irene Ryan National and Regional scholarship for The American College Theatre Festival. For the last 14 years,
he's performed in several NY festivals such as The Fringe, Figment NYC and The Internationalists as well as NYC stages such as The Cherry Lane Theatre, The Hudson Guild and The Roy Arias Theatre. Fé also played the role of "Alphonse Toulouse-Lautrec" in Bated Breath's latest production of
Fé is currently in Bated Breath's newest production "Chasing Andy Warhol" that opened in April! He's also in the works of opening his latest Installation/multimedia show "AOXE" by the end of 2022.
Friday's- 6:30pm & 8:45pm
Sunday's- 2:30pm & 4:45pm
Fé portrays the role of "Jess", the Warhol fan obssesed Tour Guide.
Chasing Andy Warhol, in partnership with SECRET NYC, Greenwich Village Business Alliance, NoHo BID, TMPL Gym at Astor Place, Von Bar and other area businesses, will transform the East Village into a living pop art extravaganza as we reimagine the life of the most influential artist of the 20th century. This theatrical walking tour production will employ Bated Breath’s unique multi-media style as scenes from Warhol’s life unfold on the streets, behind windows of area businesses, and inside secret locations along the route. Bated Breath will use our unique blend of theatre, dance, film, art, walking tour and puppetry to tell this iconic artist’s story in a whole new way which goes beyond the hype and into the deepest longings of a profoundly important person whose legacy continues to bombard our senses at every turn.