It seems that the devil has taken a Chicago stage by storm. The stage adaptation of CS Lewis' Screwtape Letters, produced by and starring Max McLean, is a "scorching" success. Read more about it in this WORLDNETDAILY article:
Devil hits success on Chicago stage
Christians, non-believers flock to see C.S. Lewis' 'Screwtape Letters'
A play about devils has become a "scorching" success in Chicago, where even Christians are flocking to the theater to witness the stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters."
Max McLean, producer of the show and the original actor to portray ol' Screwtape himself, says the play's popularity lies in its appeal to both Christian and secular audiences.
"Lewis is huge with both the Catholic and the evangelical Protestant audience," McLean told the Chicago Tribune. "For everybody else, the devil always captures the imagination."
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