Lewis Black takes on pretentious politicians, sell-out celebrities and all those things and ideas you thought you could trust. Using his acerbic wit and personal wise-cracks, he reminds us as long as we laugh we can still have faith, while In God We Rust. Written by
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As in other performances, Lewis Black's parents are in the audience. Black credited his father, Sam, for the stage design. He often credits his mother, a teacher known for her sarcasm, for his humor. In this show, in his 60s, Lewis jokes about getting old, but his parents are nonegenarians. See more