The story of C.S. Lewis’s late life love to Joy Davidman is most widely known by the 1993 movie staring Anthony Hopkins, but before the movie Through the Shadowlands this story was first dramatized through a play written by William Nicholson. Fellowship for the Performing Arts is now in the works of reviving the original 1990 Shadowlands play for debut in New York starting October 17. A recent press release with Broadway World revealed the full cast. In addition tickets are now available for purchase and cost $75 with a special $30 rate for viewers under 30 year old.
- Sean Gormley as Christopher Riley
- Dan Kremer as Harry Harrington
- Jacob H. Knoll as Alan Gregg and “Doctor”
- Daryll Heysham as “Dr. Oakley,” “Waiter,” “Clerk” and “Priest”
- Stephanie Cozart as “Registrar” and “Nurse”
In the meantime before Shadowlands premieres Fellowship for the Performing arts is currently touring a smaller show C.S. Lewis On Stage: The Most Reluctant Convert about C.S. Lewis’s journey from Atheism to Christianity with 12 upcoming performances in Dallas.
Dallas, TX – Eisemann Center, Richardson September 27-October 8. Book Tickets