This Fall, NYC Gets Screwy Again

 

The Screwtape Letters is one of C.S. Lewis’ most famous works and in November, the theatrical production of this provocative novel returns to Manhattan for a limited engagement run.  The Screwtape Letters rises from the pit of hell and onto the stage of NYU’s Skirball Center (566 LaGuardia Place) for five performances starting on November 16 and ending on November 18. 

The Screwtape Letters centers on His Abysmal Sublimity Screwtape, brilliantly played by award-winning actor Max McLean, and his minion Toadpipe, as they mentor apprentice demon Wormwood on how to calculatingly damn a human soul. 

In 2010, The Screwtape Letters had a triumphant nine-month run at the Westside Theatre.  Check out what we had to say about this phenomenal production, http://famenycmagazine.com/2010/12/01/the-art-of-a-great-bamboozle/.    The Screwtape Letters is a searing slice of good theatre and should not be missed.  F.A.M.E NYC suggests securing your tickets today. 

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