Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist, and audience, will perform the “participatory theater piece” Revival at the the First Unitarian Universalist Church’s Macondray Hall, 1187 Franklin Street, Friday, Jan. 18, at 7:00 p.m. The show contains irreligious and adult language.
Tickets are $12 advance/$17 cash only at the door. This event is in Macondry Hall, which is not handicap accessible
“Brother Sam” last played San Francisco in March, 2011. Author/actor Roger Scott Jackson says, “Revival is a satiric enactment of an old time revival meeting like Brother Sam went to as a boy. It has singing, testimonies, a sermon, all the things you’d expect, except godliness. And the audience takes part throughout.”
The show has toured the U.S. and Canada, along with Singleton’s
other one-man shows, Patriarchs and Penises, Too Big for God, If
the Ocean was Whiskey and God was a Duck. Revival recently played
to a full house in San Diego.
San Francisco blogger Greta Christina said, “(Revival) is a hoot
and a holler . . . laced with serious ideas, wild humor, and invective that’s like a razor blade dipped in venom.”
Details can be obtained at samsingleton.com.
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