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

Living room venue locations & showtimes TBA | 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.


A Burnt Thicket Theatre world premiere production

Created and performed by Tim Bratton*. Directed by Stephen Waldschmidt, with dramaturgy by Johnna Wright, and production design by Tim Bratton.

Once again we’re redefining Home Theatre, in the tradition of Twinkle. So clear away a corner of your living room, invite some friends over and dust off your cassette deck.



Tim Bratton headshot, photo by David Stobbe

Tim Bratton

Tim is privileged to be the Artistic Associate for Burnt Thicket Theatre and is excited to finally be sharing this one man show, a true labour of love. Tim is a local actor and aspiring theatrical dilettante with diverse artistic talents and interests. You may have seen Tim on a Saskatoon stage in recent productions such as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Persephone), Boeing Boeing (Persephone), Pride & Prejudice (Persephone), Art (Persephone) and Burnt Thicket’s We Are the Body. Tim lives in the King George neighbourhood with his lovely wife, Amy, and their two very active little boys.

Praise for Tim Bratton’s acting:

SATAward nomination for Outstanding Leading Performance for his role as Robert in Persephone Theatre’s BOEING, BOEING, 2019.

“The showstopper [in Persephone Theatre’s production of ‘Art’] is a speech by Yvan recounting a tense conversation about wedding invitations between his wife and mother. It’s torturously complex, wonderfully absurd and insanely long, but you understand all of it thanks to Tim Bratton’s stellar enactment.”

–Saskatoon StarPhoenix


Audience Advisory: Content not suitable for young children.

*The participation of this Artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’
Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance Opera Theatre Policy (DOT).


poster for My Little Plastic Jesus

Would you like to have My Little Plastic Jesus perform in your living room?

Our 2019 world premiere sold out livings across Saskatoon. Do you know someone who’d love to have this show in their home? Tour plans are in the works for locations across Canada, beyond our March 5-15 dates in SK & AB. Email us at info @ and let’s talk!

Audience Reviews:

“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

“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

“Brilliant one-man show looks deeply and critically at evangelical pop culture, 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.” –Ky Hingston

Read more audience responses here…


My Little Plastic Jesus in the News

CTV News interview (starts at 12:22):

CBC Radio One Saskatchewan Weekend interview:

Saskatoon StarPhoenix article:


Thank you to our Sponsors

Production Sponsor:

Saskatchewan Arts Board

Season Sponsor:


Shercom Industries, Saskatoon

Photography Sponsor:

Stobbe Photo, Saskatoon

Printing Sponsor:

Globe Printers, Saskatoon

Webhosting & IT Sponsor:

Prairie Fusion, Saskatoon

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