November 18, 2018
1932 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
November 18, 2018
Show at 4:00 pm
Show runs 80 minutes, no intermission.
Post-show discussion with actor Max McLean.
Reserved Seating on Main Floor & in First Balcony
GA Seating in Second Balcony
Children under 4 will not be admitted.
Recommended for ages 13+ / Bar with I.D.
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STG Presents & Fellowship for Performing Arts Welcomes C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert at The Moore Theatre on Sunday, November 18, 2018.
After sold-out performances in New York, Chicago and D.C., award-winning actor Max McLean brings his acclaimed portrayal of C.S. Lewis to Seattle, WA. Using Lewis’ own words, McLean brings to life one of the most engaging personalities of our age and takes audiences on Lewis’ extraordinary theatrical journey from vigorous debunker of faith to one of the most vibrant and influential Christian intellectuals of the 20th century.
TheaterMania says McLean delivers an “Uncannily Spot-on Performance!” The Chicago Sun-Times calls it “Bristling, Provocative, Highly Entertaining and Highly Recommended!” And The Weekly Standard writes “C.S. Lewis Onstage delivers something truly novel in modern theater: a story about an immensely creative mind arriving at the threshold of faith… a truthful, richly textured and witty account of religious conversion.” Splash magazine calls it: “Very funny in a self-deprecating way.”