Award winning actor Max McLean is bringing his acclaimed portrayal of C.S. Lewis to the Florida Theater!
The show is brought to you by the Fellowship for Performing Arts is a New York City-based not-for-profit theatrical production company delivering provocative, entertaining theatre from a Christian worldview that is engaging to a diverse audience. Its founder and artistic director is New York City-based actor and producer of live theater, Max McLean. Born in Panama City (Panama) in 1953, he moved to the United States when he was 4 and went on to study theater in London (England). He took an interest in combining art with the Christian faith and it wasn't long before he was producing one-man shows featuring dramatic presentations of the entire Bible. One of those shows (Mark’s Gospel) earned him the 2009 Jeff Award for Best Solo Performance. He founded the Fellowship for Performing Arts in 1992 and its debut production was a recorded New International Version of the New Testament (that he voiced). The Fellowship went on to produce The Screwtape Letters; a play based on the book by Oxford and Cambridge scholar, author and fantasy writer C.S. Lewis. In 2016, the Fellowship debuted C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert. The Chicago Sun-Times calls it “Bristling, Provocative, Highly Entertaining!”
Don't miss your chance to see award winning actor Max McLean in his acclaimed portrayal of C.S. Lewis! Click the button below to see C.S. Lewis: The Most Reluctant Convert on Saturday, February 24th!Buy Tickets