It turns out there are offices and workplace hierarchies in hell. In "The Screwtape Letters," a theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis' novella by the same name, two of the devil's staff members are trying to lure a young Christian man into devoting himself to their boss.

It turns out there are offices and workplace hierarchies in hell. In "The Screwtape Letters," a theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis' novella by the same name, two of the devil's staff members are trying to lure a young Christian man into devoting himself to their boss.

National touring company Fellowship for the Performing Arts, which says it produces "theatre from a Christian worldview," is bringing the quirky, sometimes satirical play to Columbus. Despite the obvious religious leanings, the show is so clever and the lead actor, Max McLean, so energetic that audience members of all faiths can appreciate the play as art.

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