Just when I think I’ve got a handle on the fact that a movie is forthcoming on C.S. Lewis’s The ScrewTape Letters, I learn that the Fellowship for the Performing Arts in New York City has put it on a stage at a close-to-Broadway church that doubles as a theater.
Somehow I doubt that the movie is based on the play, but it’s very interesting how they adapted it for the stage.
You can read about it at World Magazine under a review by Marvin Olasky. (Scroll about half-way down the page to see the review.)