We’re playing Vegas!

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We are performing our show at the 2015 Vegas Fringe Festival — HELL YEAH.

A Jesus puppet! Mary’s first orgasm! A public stoning! Thea Deley shares her story of growing up in a conservative Christian family and how a series of epiphanies — some painful, most hilarious — led her to leave the faith.

Thea may be the only comedian ever invited to perform at an Atheists convention AND a Baptist church. Filled with game shows, sketch comedy and spoof videos, “Jesus Loves You! (But Hates Me)” is Thea’s love note to everyone who’s survived religious indoctrination with their faith in humanity intact. For mature audiences only.



Saturday, June 6th at 7pm
Sunday, June 7th at 2:15pm
Thursday, June 11th at 8:45pm
Saturday, June 13th at 7pm
Sunday, June 14th at 3pm


Can't wait to see who wins Bible Feud in Sin City!
Can’t wait to see who wins Bible Feud in Sin City!

Las Vegas Little Theatre
Fischer Black Box
3920 Schiff Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 362-7996

Online: Click Here to purchase online
or stop by the Las Vegas Little Theatre Box Office

Written & Performed: Thea Deley & Mike Maxwell
Script Consultant/Acting Coach: Carol Lommen
Direction: Carol Lommen & Mike Maxwell
Sound Design: Mike Maxwell
Video Projection Design: Mike Maxwell
Tech Crew: Stephen Rokitka, Bill Cockshoot

This could be you! [photo by Dave Shinn]

“I laughed so hard I fogged up my glasses!”
—Kari Schoonhoven
Former Baptist

“Amazing, provocative, stunning and sharp. Thea’s articulation of what it means to be human and to love couldn’t have come across more clearly.”
Rev. Brian Henderson
First Baptist Church of Denver

“’Jesus Loves You! (But Hates Me)’ is intelligent, heartwarming, powerful, and above all else, hysterical. This is a show I would recommend to EVERYONE — believers and blasphemers alike!”
—Ashlee Bingham
Secular Student Alliance at Colorado Mesa University

“It is not an everyday occurrence that I go to a comedy expecting religion-bashing and instead find myself healing my own grievances against religion. Rated ‘RAD!’”
—Kailyn Lamb
Denver Metro State University student paper


“It is not an everyday occurrence that I go to a comedy expecting religion-bashing and instead find myself healing my own grievances against religion.” —Kailyn Lamb The Metropolitan [photo: Heather Newman]
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Denver’s alt-weekly Westword

Aspen Times

Freedom from Religion Foundation’s Freethought Today

KFNV Community Radio

KDNK Community Radio 

Sin City Improv, Photo & Film
Las Vegas Sunday Assembly
Performing Arts Community of the North Fork Valley in western Colorado

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