Max McLean as Screwtape

In describing the process of writing The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis said, “I never wrote with less enjoyment . . . The work into which I had to project myself while I spoke through Screwtape was all dust, grit, thirst, and itch.” Nevertheless, Lewis’ book of diabolical epistles remains one of his most popular works, as Fellowship for the Performing Arts’ successful and highly praised stage adaption proves. (more…)

In Disney’s Bolt, the titular character (a canine “actor”) meets up with a couple of pigeons from Hollywood. Like everyone else in LA, these fast-talking birds have a movie to pitch, and it goes a little something like this: (more…)