The true-life story of C.S. Lewis, Oxford don and celebrated author of "The Chronicles of Narnia," who experiences a mid-life awakening -- a romance and marriage to a younger, divorced and liberated American woman with a little boy -- that rocks his conservative 1950s university world. When he loses her, he also loses his faith and his hope . . . and is about to lose his adopted son as well. An evocative and haunting play about life, loyalty and love, winner of the Olivier & Tony Awards.