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"Screwtape" by C.S. Lewis

Event Date/Time

Aug 11, 2013 to Sep 15, 2013
4:00 pm until 6:00 pm

This event occurs weekly on Sunday.

Description

Based on one of C.S. Lewis’s most well-known novels, “Screwtape” is about a mid-level satanic bureaucrat, Screwtape, who is training a young demon, Wormwood, to lure his first soul, Mike Green (aka “The Patient”), into their “Father Below’s” pit. Mike has very recently become acquainted with Christianity, but is still ignorant of its meaning and authority, a fact which Wormwood and Screwtape take advantage of as they attempt to get him back to his old ways of life. The demons seek to trip Mike up by way of his overprotective mother, a new boss, a demon possessed co-worker, as well as a new love interest, who comes with her own temptress. All sorts of Hell breaks loose as the demons do anything and everything to pop their patient into the pit.

 

Written by: James Forsythe

Directed by: Deanne Farinha Eldridge

Cost $15-Gen.; $12-Sen. & Stud.; $7-Ages 0 to 11 yrs.
Location

Victory Life Church (Rented Facility)
800 Reading St.
Folsom, CA
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Additional Information
SponsorFreeFall Stage
Phone916-207-5606
Contact nameFreeFall Stage
Contact emailfreefallstage@gmail.com
Websitehttp://www.freefallstage.com/productions/

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