The Screwtape Letters
THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS is a funny and provocative theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ brilliant novel that explores the theme of spiritual warfare from a demon’s point of view. The play also enjoyed sold-out runs in New York and Washington, D.C.Adapted for the stage by Jeffrey Fiske and Max McLean, THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS, which runs 90 minutes without intermission, is set in an office in hell. The thought - provoking, engaging play follows a senior devil, Screwtape, and his secretary, Toadpipe, as they train an apprentice demon, Wormwood, on how to “undermine faith and prevent the formation of virtues” in a young man who has just converted to Christianity. As Screwtape ridicules Wormwood and devilishly dictates his letters to Toadpipe, the fantastical creature transforms into laughingly recognizable figures with whimsical movement and wordless wit.
The Clapham Group
- Created invite list which included senior-level congressional and administration staff
- Recruited host committee
- Promoted event through a network of organizations and churches
- Coordinated event logistics and line-by-line timeline
- Undertook follow-up with organizations and individuals to promote the play within their network