ANTHONY LAWTON and THE MIRROR THEATRE COMPANY
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A photo from the 2010 production of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS, presented at the Lantern Theater in Philadelphia.  Anthony Lawton as Screwtape.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin

Another photo from the 2010 production of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS.  Pictured is a tap dance number; one of many dances that take place between Screwtape's letters; they give the audience a bit of a break from Lewis' dense language, and are a fun and visceral cross-section of the culture and psychology of hell as Lewis conceives it.  Kim Carson, on the left, plays Toadpipe; Anthony Lawton, on the right, plays Screwtape.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



Here, Screwtape lectures Wormwood on the "concentric circles" that make up the human soul: "You must keep shoving all the virtues outward, until they are finally located in the circle of fantasy, and all the desirable qualities inward, into the will.  It is only insofar as they reach the will that the virtues are really fatal to us."  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



This is a photo from a fire-eating segment of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS.  This is another movement piece designed to give the audience chance to cleanse the mental palate after one of Screwtape's monologues, and to have a fun, artful look at a cross-section of the culture of hell as Lewis conceives it.  Pictured is Kim Carson as Toadpipe.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



More of the same.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



More still.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



Here, Screwtape and Toadpipe spar, presumably in preparation for "The Great Conflict."  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



Here, Screwtape vents his fury over the "patient's" second conversion.  For this interstitial movement piece, I selected the ancient Maori war chant, the Haka.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



This is an image from a dance Screwtape does after talking about the spiritual perils of "middle-aged adversity" and "middle-aged prosperity."  It is performed to a jazz number by Rahsaan Roland Kirk.  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin.



This is one of the final images of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS:  "Meanwhile, I have you to settle with. . ."  Photo courtesy of Mark Garvin. 

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