Actor Tom Key starred in a unique one-man play, “Screwtape in Person,” in the Marg Kallemeyn Theatre on Monday, October 7, as a part of Trinity’s WorldView Series. Key’s performance brought C.S. Lewis’s book, The Screwtape Letters, to life, giving audience members a look at humanity from the perspective of hell.
In covering Lewis’ work, Key used various dialects and mannerisms to portray the characters, bringing each to life for the audience whether or not they were familiar with the famous story. This was Key’s second performance at Trinity. As part of the 2010 WorldView Series, Key performed “C.S. Lewis on Stage.”
WorldView is an annual community and college series for film, word, and music, held on Mondays in October at 7 p.m. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Beth Decker at 708.293.4908.
About Tom Key
Key began serving as executive artistic director of Theatrical Outfit in 1995. He may be best known for conceiving and co-authoring the off-Broadway hit, “Cotton Patch Gospel” with the late singer-songwriter, Harry Chapin.
His performances take him across the United States and around the world. His appearances include “C.S. Lewis On Stage” and “The Revelation of John” at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lambs Theater off Broadway, The Westwood Playhouse of Los Angeles, Dallas Theater Center, Oxford University, England, Harvard and Yale Universities.
Key has also had featured appearances on numerous television films including the award winning television series “In the Heat of the Night” and “I'll Fly Away” and the feature films “Gordy” and “The Adventures of Ociee Nash.”