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're interested in ideas about Christianity or the existence of Jesus Christ or the history of C. S. Lewis. Some interesting insight here.
Don't see it if You're hoping for a conversion. I don't think there's enough information here to change anyone's mind about anything.
See it if you want to explore CS Lewis' "conversion" from Atheist to Christian w/a Lewis scholar who, it turns out, is also a pretty compelling actor.
Don't see it if you aren't prepared for a cursory, heavily edited retelling of Lewis' "conversion" from a biased, faith-based perspective.
See it if fine acting, subtle humor and lovely staging appeal. Monologs from the intelligent well read uncle you never had. Stay for the talkback!
Don't see it if one man shows are not your thing. Also if you have a short attention span. There is a lot here but you will regret mental wandering.
See it if you have ever loved the words and works of CS Lewis. Nice context for contemporaries
Don't see it if You are not interested in religion.
See it if You are interested in CS Lewis, his philosophy and his religious experiences. An interesting and thoughtful evening.
Don't see it if Do you not see this if you prefer musicals or light dramas .
See it if You want to see a one man show. You want to hear how one man went from atheism to being a true believer and be thoroughly entertained by it.
Don't see it if You are not interested in hearing a great story about a mans journey from one end of the religious spectrum to the other.
See it if you like 1 man shows & conversion stories, are interested in Lewis's early life, want to support theatre from a Christian perspective.
Don't see it if you dislike 1 man shows, prefer shows with more interaction and conflict, dislike lengthy monologues,prefer acting to impersonation.
See it if You're a Lewis fan, or are up for a good looking, well written & acted if ultimately uninspiring evening of religious inquiry & philosophy.
Don't see it if You'd rather experience an actual play or drama rather than a lecture, however intelligent, well-reasoned and smoothly performed.
See it if you are already a C.S Lewis fan or if you are just interested in the nature of the journey which leads from atheism to religious faith.
Don't see it if you are allergic to the discussion of religion or don't like one-man shows.
See it if You are on the fence about the existence of God and can appreciate a highly intelligent academic argument in favor of the Creator.
Don't see it if The idea of following an intellectual professor's journey from atheist to believer is a trip you don't want to take.
See it if C.S. Lewis’s spiritual journey, from atheist to theist and to Christianity, with details like Tolkien's friendship
Don't see it if if you do not have the attention span for a profound and meaningful monologue
See it if You like or have read C.S. Lewis' books. You want to see a show about a person seeking his faith.
Don't see it if You don't like one-man shows. Or religious matters don't interest you.
See it if you like subtle acting, clever use of digital back screen, and are a Lewis fan.
Don't see it if you don;t like one-man shows. Don't go if you are tired. It's a bit slow.
See it if if you like theater of a one man show in nature.secondly,something that challenges you to think about your own upbringing as well.
Don't see it if if you like a big set,big design type of theater.if you don't want to get deep as they say,this show is not for you.
See it if You are interested in life of C. S. Lewis, like religious themed plays or enjoy one man shows
Don't see it if You are not interested in religious themed plays or don't like one man shows.
Also Language is a bit heavy but the actor is superb
See it if You would enjoy insight into the great man and his spiritual growth, Close experiences with performers please you
Don't see it if You don't enjoy narrated/one person shows about individuals, you prefer big stage experiences
See it if you enjoy one-man shows that are a deep, intellectual argument about faith, religion, personal development. Interesting from any perspective
Don't see it if you can't stand slow starts of one man shows that feel more lecture than play. Aren't open to religious discussion.
See it if you love the work/writings of Lewis, you want to know more about the author, you enjoy one-man shows.
Don't see it if watching an intelligent, thoughtful 80min one man show is not your thing.
See it if you like Lewis' work, interested in biographical work, want to think about what spirituality means and how we come to it
Don't see it if you arent interested in one mans journey to understand his beliefs and what influenced him