Fellowship for Performing Arts presents a one-man bio-show chronicling C.S. Lewis' journey from atheism to devout Christianity. More…
Playwright/performer Max McLean embodies the author and talks about the experiences that shaped his life, including the death of his mother, his estranged relationship with his father, and other events that transformed him from vigorous debunker into the most eloquent Christian intellectual of the 20th century.
See it if You want a lecture on one mans conversion to Christianity. Actor does a great job delivering material.
Don't see it if You want a show with a plot and action. Don't like being talked at. At least 3 people fell asleep around us.
See it if you're interested in more about this author ...you're interested in theology in general.
Don't see it if you're looking for more action, less telling.
See it if If you enjoy C.S. Lewis and want to know more about his life and religion
Don't see it if If you don't enjoy one man shows or anything that deals with religion
See it if You like to see one man shows and like and don't mind an intense topic
Don't see it if You hate one man shows and intense topics
See it if If you're interested in just what the title suggests: a journey from one side of faith to the other.
Don't see it if Your aural abilities aren't up for the challenge. I had/have trouble hearing. McLean's accent and the play's dry transport, lulled me.
See it if You want a more meaningful, deeper theatrical performance that will probably make you think.
Don't see it if You're not interested in a one-man show, especially one that really delves into religion.
See it if you are a big fan of C.S. Lewis, or of exploring theology and how people grapple with faith over time
Don't see it if you need a zippy show with a lot of plot or humor
See it if you are already a fan of C.S. Lewis. This piece did not make him a compelling figure to someone who knew little about him going in.
Don't see it if you are hoping to leave the theatre with an understanding of rational reasons as to why someone might move from atheism to Christianity.
See it if You enjoy a show on Christian values. You want to see a talented actor do a deep dive on a single individual.
Don't see it if You think the human connections make a play (one-man show with underdeveloped off-stage characters). You don't want to be preached at.
See it if You want to understand how CS Lewis' life events and people in his life influenced his path and fight with becoming a Christian.
Don't see it if You don't like auto-biographical monologues. There were some parts that were dry.
See it if You like one man shows, no real staging, or are interested in C.S. Lewis's relationship with God
Don't see it if You don't have a connection with C.S Lewis you will be quite bored.