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'Shadowlands' is a romantic tale of love

 

Last updated 3/18/2017 at Noon

In "Shadowlands", Robert Smyth, left, plays C.S. "Jack" Lewis and Deborah Gilmore Smyth portrays Joy Gresham. Lamb's Players Theatre photos (In "Shadowlands", Robert Smyth, left, plays C.S. "Jack" Lewis and Deborah Gilmore Smyth portrays Joy Gresham. Lamb's Players Theatre photos)

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal

Special to the Village News

"Shadowlands" is a love story. Truly and honestly depicted by a band of players in love with the writings of C. S. Lewis, "Jack" to his friends.

Lewis believes “the magic never ends.” And wonders aloud – “if God loves us (why) then must we suffer pain and loss?"

Famous for his fanciful books, "The Chronicles of Narnia" and "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", Lewis was also an acclaimed Christian intellectual. Educated at Oxford and later appointed as a Fellow of English Language and Literature, he pond...



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