The Most Reluctant Convert is codirected by Max McLean and Ken Denison.
The Most Reluctant Convert is directed by Max McLean and Ken Denison.
(© Henry McGee/FPA)

Fellowship for Performing Arts has extended its new production of C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert at the Acorn Theatre through May 21.

Adapted by and starring Max McLean, the work is a look at the early life of Lewis, presented in his own words, as he recalls his remarkable journey from atheist to Christian and what he learned about himself along the way. McLean codirects with Ken Denison.

The production features scenic design by Kelly James Tighe, costume design by Michael Bevins, lighting design by Geoffrey D. Fishburn, original music and sound design by John Gromada, voice coaching by Claudia Hill, and projection design by Rocco DiSanti.

Max McLean as C.S. Lewis in The Most Reluctant Convert.
Max McLean as C.S. Lewis in The Most Reluctant Convert.
(© Henry McGee/FPA)

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