Join C.S. Lewis on his amazing spiritual journey from “the most reluctant convert” to the leading Christian writer of the past 100 years! Starring award-winning actor Max McLean.
From the producers of The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce and The Most Reluctant Convert comes a dazzling, new theatrical experience taking you further up and further into the spiritual journey of C.S. Lewis.
When Lewis came to faith in 1931, it wasn’t obvious how his journey would unfold. Why did the BBC give him a national audience to deliver unprecedentedly popular radio talks that would become Mere Christianity? How did Hitler's devious charm influence the writing of The Screwtape Letters? Why was Lewis such an effective apologist/evangelist to skeptics?
Using Lewis’ own words within a vividly immersive, multimedia experience, award-winning actor Max McLean takes you Further Up & Further In the mind and heart of one of the most imaginative and gifted writers in history.
Run time is 90 minutes, with no intermission.
Recommended for ages 13 and older. Children under age 4 not admitted.
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$99 Premium (rows E & F)
$69 Price Level 2 (pit & orchestra, except rows E & F)
$59 Price Level 3 (front mezzanine)
$49 Price Level 4 (rear mezzanine)
$30 under 30 - if you are under 30, buy in advance at the box office (ID required; not valid on Premium seats)
BIG SAVINGS for groups of 10 or more:
$59 Price Level 2, for groups of 10-39 seats
$55 Price Level 2, for groups of 40+ seats
$49 Price Level 3, for groups of 10+ seats
This event does not offer discounts to Georgia Tech students, faculty, or staff.
- All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
- Convenience fees apply to all walk-up, phone, and online sales.
- Run time is 90 minutes, with no intermission.
- Recommended for ages 13 and older. Children under age 4 not admitted.
- There will be no food or drink concessions. Water in resealable containers will be permitted.
- COVID Protocols: The University System of Georgia encourages people to wear masks based on their preference and assessment of personal risk.