There have been Lewis-based dramatizations before, from Swann's PERELANDRA to the radio-play STING OF THE DARK TOWER. There have even been ones that brought CSL on stage, like Kreeft's BETWEEN HEAVEN & HELL (assuming that's ever actually been staged) and, more recently, the CSL-meets-Sigmund Freud FREUD'S LAST SESSION. But I don't think the conversion story has been presented in this way before. Shd be interesting.
And I'm sure they'll send us lots and lots of flyers when it's coming to town.
currently watching: JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORELL (BBC)
currently reading: Tennyson (it'll take a while, he being in no hurry to get anywhere)
today's quote: When the first shot hit the dock, I saw it coming (Powderfinger)