C. S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert
Still wondering whether you should make that trip to Irvine to see Max McLean in ‘C. S. Lewis Onstage, The Most Reluctant Convert?’ This review by John Stoltenberg, who saw the show in D.C., should clench it for you.
Review: ‘C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Lansburgh Theatre
by John Stoltenberg
Believe it or not, this is one terrific piece of theater. It’s a one-man play about an influential, world-class thinker that’s every bit as smart, fascinating, and satisfying as the best such solo performances seen in this town. It bears comparison to the portrayals of Alexander Graham Bell (2013) and R. Buckminster Fuller (2010) by local acting legend Rick Foucheaux....
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The show will be playing in Irvine at the Irvine Barclay Theatre July 14-17. You can also see it in San Francisco and Chicago. Check the Fellowship For Performing Arts website for dates and ticket availability.