My Little Plastic Jesus tour dates announced: March 5-15

December 31, 2019

Patrons' comments about My Little Plastic Jesus

Upcoming Tour: March 5-15, 2020 in Saskatoon, Calgary & Edmonton

Living room venue locations & showtimes to be announced!

Tickets $20 | Doors open 30 minutes before showtime & an optional Q&A follows the performance


“We all have baggage, mine just has a ‘Honk if you love Jesus’ bumper sticker on it.”

In this one-man living room show, Tim Bratton finds hilarity and heartache as he unpacks his upbringing in evangelical pop culture, examining its folly and redeeming its faith. Experience an insider’s quest to unravel his own existential crisis by deconstructing the culture he grew up in, with both satire and love.

Part confession, part history lesson, part multimedia extravaganza, discover this surprisingly poignant coming of age story from a subculture that’s so little understood even as it impacts global politics and the perspectives of millions.


Here’s what audience members are saying about My Little Plastic Jesus:

Tim Bratton in MY LITTLE PLASTIC JESUS; photo by Dave Stobbe.

“Thank you for an outstanding experience last night. We are still debriefing it this morning and the talk back afterward was so enriching. My sisters and I were truly challenged and touched by Tim’s writing and performance.” –Kathie Greene

My Little Plastic Jesus is funny, insightful, thought-provoking, and heartbreaking all at once. Tim Bratton delivers a tour de force performance, exploring the space between the universal and the personal. A great evening – the post-show discussion was animated and fun!” –Bruce McKay, Artistic Director of La Troupe du Jour

“Last night I saw the brilliant one-man show My Little Plastic Jesus—it looks deeply and critically at evangelical pop culture and the damage it’s done and does, but also finds hope in people, in love, in loving-kindness, and even in faith. The show is not just for an evangelical audience (my Catholic husband loved it!), nor is it even just for a Christian audience. It’s funny and touching and speaks to the weirdness of any kind of cultural tribalism or counter-culture experience. I highly, highly recommend the show—and encourage folks from Regina, Edmonton, and Calgary to keep an eye out for when it tours out there.” –Ky Hingston


My Little Plastic Jesus in the News

CTV News interview (starts at 12:22):
CBC Radio One Saskatchewan Weekend interview:

Saskatoon StarPhoenix article:


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