C.S. Lewis On Stage:
Further Up & Further In
When C.S. Lewis came to faith in 1931, moving from vigorous debunker to committed believer, it wasn’t obvious he would become the most influential Christian writer of the 20th century. How did that happen? Why did the BBC suddenly give him a national audience to deliver unprecedentedly popular radio talks that would become Mere Christianity? How did Hitler’s diabolical charm influence the writing of The Screwtape Letters? Why was Lewis such an effective apologist/evangelist especially to skeptics? What were his views on the power of prayer? Or the second coming of Christ?
Experience an immersive, multimedia theatrical event that answers these questions and more as award-winning actor Max McLean takes you Further Up & Further In the mind, wit and wisdom of C.S. Lewis. From Fellowship for Performing Arts, the producers of The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce and The Most Reluctant Convert.