C. S. Lewis' brilliant novel, The Screwtape Letters, explores the theme of spiritual warfare from a demon's point of view. When first published in 1942, it brought immediate fame to a little known Oxford don whose field of study was medieval English literature. It's wit and wisdom have made it one of C. S. Lewis' most widely read and influential works. Fellowship for the Performing Arts has adapted and produced this best selling classic into a thoroughly engaging and entertaining theatrical production. Critically acclaimed in New York; standing room only at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C.; and called the "most successful show in the history of Chicago's Mercury Theater" by the Chicago Tribune, this funny, provocative, and wickedly-witty production will change the way you think about the influence of demons in your everyday life.