Stag's Head Pub
2128 Portsmouth St.
Houston, TX 77098
8:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
Nightlife | Singles,
Stand Up Comedy,
Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist, and audience, will perform the
“participatory theater piece” REVIVAL at The Stag’s Head Pub (Oak
Room), 2128 Portsmouth Street, at 8:00 p.m., Friday, December 7.
The show contains irreligious and adult language.
“Brother Sam” played Houston in April, 2010 and January, 2011.
Houston in 1969 provides one of the piece’s settings.
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
Since the show’s premiere last November, it has toured the U.S.
and Canada, along with Singleton’s other one-man shows, Patriarchs and Penises, Too Big for God, and If the Ocean was Whiskey
and God was a Duck.
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.”
Come early to order food and drink before SHOW TIME! Socialize with Brother Sam before and after.
Contact Cari Park at 406-291-3940 or media@dogberrybottomandsly.
com. Find additional press materials and images at www.samsingleton.com. $10 advance/$15 door CASH only. Books, DVDs and CDs available at venue-cash sales only.