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"Till We Have Faces"
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attended Sep 09 2011

The players did a very good job tying the mythology to C.S Lewis' defining of the human condition. A wonderful dramatic performance by Deborah Gilmour Smythe!

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attended Sep 10 2011

Simple, yet very powerful.

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Adapted by Robert Smyth

from the novel by C.S. Lewis

Directed by Robert Smyth

Original music by Deborah Gilmour Smyth

The Lamb’s Ensemble presents its adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ Till We Have Faces for a limited run at the Horton Grand Theatre in the Gaslamp.

Till We Have Faces is an epic retelling of the Psyche and Cupid Myth, an imaginative tale set in a land to the west of ancient Greece. One of literature’s most memorable female characters, Orual, must make a remarkable journey to understand what has happened to her beautiful younger sister, Psyche. Pageantry, sword-play and a gorgeous musical score combine to make a riveting and profoundly moving story.

Featuring Jesse Abeel, Bryan Barbarin, Season Marshall Duffy, David Cochran Heath, Jon Lorenz, Kerry Meads, Colleen Kollar Smith, Lance Arthur Smith, Deborah Gilmour Smyth, Robert Smyth and Sarah Zimmerman.

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