The Great Divorce

When: Aug. 11-12, 7-9 p.m. 2015

In case you missed the memo, yes, C.S. Lewis' writing by and large has a religious backbone — though the Jesus-allegory lion in Narnia was hard to miss. His short novel, The Great Divorce, is a dream of heaven and hell more like Alice in Wonderland than The Divine Comedy. Tonight and tomorrow, Anthony Lawton of Mirror Theatre (mission: "spiritual theatre for a secular audience") will present a one-man Divorce performance at Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center (3820 N. 30th St., The show begins at 7:30 and tickets are $29 or $39, with a dinner option available. — Griffin Swartzell

Price: $29-$39

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